Acuario happens to be my eldest sister's favorite Peruvian restaurant. She highly believes they make an exquisite ceviche with fresh ingredients.
We ate at Acuario on Tuesday, May 8th and had a very nice time. I ordered a "Cau Cau de Mariscos" which was very tasty and provocative in appearance. It was extremely filling.
My brother in law had a "Lomo de Mariscos", and to my pleasure, I took a bite of his meat. My, it was utterly perfectly seasoned and so tender. I was actually salivating from how delicious it was. That will be a plate I order in the future!
Lastly, sisters both had ceviche. I am not a fan of ceviche, but they seemed to enjoy it tremendously. How can I not enjoy ceviche and be Peruvian, eh? Quite mindboggling.
For a group of 4, we ran out of bread rather quickly. It would have been nice for the waitress to have provided more bread upon our sit-down. Also, they need to prepare "chicha morada" more often. I was disappointed that they did not have it available, thus I had to drink an "Inka Cola". We concluded the evening delighting ourselves in some sweet tasting 'tres leches" cake. It was delectable. Acuario is definitely a must for those interested in authentic and fresh tasting food.
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