To the Caesar what belongs to the Caesar? I recently visited Nory's restaurant and was very satisfied with what we ordered. Perhaps not a 5 Stars (and after all, very few deserve a 5 Star rating which is another word for culinary perfection) but certainly a 4 above average. Nory's does not pretend to be what it is not, but their ceviche (a plate we crave and can not, will not live without) is pretty tasty and as opposed to the ever growing competition they do not give you a little mound, like if seafood is the most expensive commodity in souther california (that as we all know it is not so), but instead they present what I call a fair portion of this dish.
I have heard from others that Nory's has been hanging on for years, while others of the same cuisine do not seem to catch a break.
Peruvian food is overpriced, and that would almost be all right if what they serve you is truly spectacular, but I regret to inform the nice people that reads this, that is not the case. I have been to all that is available (just about) in southern california in peruvian cuisine. Some of the places should not even be in business, and very few earn that higher level where taste and value are concerned.
Nory's dis not disappoint, but I must admit here and now, that what we ate was plenty of ceviche and chorus (mussels with onion salsa in the half shell). These choros are very common in the coast of Peru and they are always enjoyed with a very cold beer. They are ordered by the dozens and as simple as it may sound, when done properly are delicious!
Orlando, the owner, is always on the move and the warm bread and the two sauces they present you upon arrival are very tasty. Ask for their rococo salsa if you feel feisty and do not shy away from hot peppers from Peru.
4 Stars for a job well done and at the top of the list where Ceviche is concerned, quality and value, clearly ahead of the stingy competition.
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