“The staff are very friendly, not to mention a wide variety of choices on the menu.”
“only been in this place once and i cant forget the taste of the great ceviche, i try so many places none like this one, but everytime i try to go at night, this place is either close or they close extremely early, i never saw an y restaurant closing at ”
“The food is extremely overpriced, the service is below anybody's expectations.”
“This place is a really decent looking hole in the wall that serves WONDERFUL Peruvian food, for moderate prices.”
Avoid. Worst Peruvian Food Ever!!!.
This restaurant has to have the worst Peruvian food I've ever tasted. First off, if you want a diet soda they only have diet inka cola regardless of what their menu states. Being that me and my wife were the only ones in the restaurant, they were extremely slow with service. What amazed me the most was they didn't even know how to make a pisco sour even though this is the name of their restaurant. The food was greasy, too salty, and very undercooked. Make sure the chaufa doesn't have runny eggs!!! The place was a joke. The mandatory gratuity of 15% for a party as small as 2 was an outrage. They even ran after me when I left to ask me for my receipt back. Definitely can't recommend this place. It reminded me of being in the countryside of Peru eating at my own risk. Being very proud of my Peruvian heritage, the restaurant embarrassed me to have any association or connection to Peruvian culture, Peruvian ethnicity and love of Peruvian Gastronomy.
I only been in this place once and i cant forget the taste of the great ceviche, i try so many places none like this one, but everytime i try to go at night, this place is either close or they close extremely early, i never saw an y restaurant closing at 7:45pm , the owners should do something about it, or move to a better area, PEOPLE WILL LOVE THIS PLACE!
the worst food ever.
to start off, i was hesitant to come into this place. The look from the outside is not very well kept. Once I came in the restaurant, i must say, it is, somewhat ;well decorated. After me and my girlfriend sat, the waitress aproached us, and took our order. I had the sautee pasta with seafood. the pasta was overdone, the seafood was rubbery and the overall taste of the dish was a disaster, to say the least. we waited almost half an hour for our food, and we were the only customers in the rstaurant.
The food is extremely overpriced, the service is below anybody's expectations. They seem not to care about anything, i would not recoment this restaurant to anybody.
Best peruvian cuisine!.
This restaurant gives a cozy and an "at home" experience of Peru. The staff are very friendly, not to mention a wide variety of choices on the menu. If you're looking for an exotic peruvian cuisine this is the place to go. I give them an overall five star. best peruvian dining experience ever.
Authentic Peruvian Cuisine.
This place serves true authentic peruvian food. Their Causa (mashed potatoes stuffed with either tuna salad, chicken salad , or shrimp) is delicious. Lomo saltado and Jalea are really good although the Jalea in Pio Pio is better. The only drawbacks is that this place is located in an isolated location and it can get pretty crowded during south american soccer matches, which requires you to make a reservation. If you want to try true cuisine from Peru, this is your place.
Great Food and Great Service.
This place is a really decent looking hole in the wall that serves WONDERFUL Peruvian food, for moderate prices. The only problem with this place is it is packed, you will wait an hour to get your food. Go on a weekday night and you will more than likely be the one eating there, but try it on the weekend and bring a good book to read or your friend that never runs out of something to say, because you WILL be there for a while.