We came to this restaurant on a Sunday afternoon, The inside ambience was invinting even though the outside might make you think otherwise.( There were families, couples and even the lone person eating) Aunthentic Peruvian food,(the lomito saltado is one of my kids favorite) the service was good and the food was even better, all of our meals were fresh, big, tasty, and most importatly decently priced. This is the type of restaurant that will surprise you as to how good it is given its location. However I did encounter one problem with it. After we asked for the check I noticed the tip was included in the bill, even though we were a family of 5 with 3 small children, this didn't surprise me as I know for a fact that many Latin American countries include the tip in the total and some establishments continue with that practice here in the USA. What had me a little baffled was that after our server ran my CC the receipt that you signed had the entire amount including tip with the words PRETIP next to it, and then under that there was a line with the word TIP next to it (instead of additional tip as it is customary when they add your tip to the original bill) and then another line for the total. Now I speak both English and Spanish and the definition of PRE on both languages is before, so as I said as was a little confused as to why the word PRETIP was next to the total amount that it already included the tip, now before you guys hang me, I'm a very considerate person and an excellent tiper, when I ask our server she wasn't unable to explained the reason for it and we just left it at that and actually added small cash amount, because like I said overall it was a very nice family meal, that had an unfortunate shady end to it
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