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This whole in the wall is a true Peruvian restaurant. The food is legit, very traditional. Its actually the best I have ever had thus far. Ceviche and anticuchos and the causa I recommend. Will be back for more.
This is a small cozy restaurant in a strip mall reccommended by a Peruvian friend. The service was excellent but not hovering. The appetizer we had made with potatoes and a mild pepper and cheese sauce was outstanding. My shrimp ceviche was generous with sweet...white corn kernals, off the cob which made it so much easier than the way some restaurants serve it. The sweet potatoe wad warm which was a nice contrast to the crisp cold shrimp and red onion in the lime juice marinade. My husband had a steak dish served with grilled peppper and onion strips which he said was delicious and coojed perfectly to his request. The dessert we shared was a sort of doughnut, 4 of them, in a molasses based sauce and yummy. A great meal at a reasonable price and we will definitely go back.More
Peruvian is my favorite cuisine and this is always my go to restaurant in South Florida! No other restaurant I've found thus far can beat their astonishing prices and high quality tastes more than this unknown hole in the wall in West Kendall. A order...at the counter spot and sit to eat, Taipa highlights my favorite elements of cuisine by sticking to authentic Peruvian recipes mostly showcasing fresh seafood complimented by just as fresh ingredients. Actually discovered this place to through Ubereats that I've since become a long term customer.
The last time my boyfriend and I ordered from there we called in a large order ten minutes before arriving to take home and eat. We ordered the Chicken Causa (chicken salad with whipped potatoes season with lime and yellow peppers) for $7, Antichucho for $9, Aji Amarallio Ceviche for $13, Arroz con Marriscos for $16, and lastly the Lomo Saltado Plate for $12.95. We ordered a lot and somehow after eating till we couldn't eat anymore there was so much left that we ate the leftovers as a full meal. I always aim to order the Anticucho, any one of their ceviches, and a seafood protein dish when I go there. Their Anticucho is the best I've ever had just because of the large cuts they serve in their extremely savory seasoning, grilled to your preferred choice of doneness, in which if you didn't know already, should always be Medium-rare! These same reasons highlight their Lomo Saltado Plate. Other Peruvian restaurants serve this dish with small strips of steak while these are large chunks of meat cooked to your liking, elevating this dish another level. I could never overlook mentioning how great the Arroz con Marriscos is either, simply because Taipas somehow delivers beautiful flavored chauffa with a refreshing assortment of seafood that is all cooked to their individual requirements.
If you'd like treat yourself to a sampling of true Peruvian delights without breaking the bank, definitely give Taipa Peruvian a try! Please follow my food page at KFitzEatsMore
Date of visit: February 2018
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