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Chicken is as good as the title of "Peruvian chicken restaurant" implies.
I could eat the roasted chicken for every meal!
The croquettes are amazing! And the fresh alfajores are a must.
Awesome dinner, glad they finally got real flatware and plates.
Excellent and very helpful service. Everything was delicious. If its your first time ask waitress for recommendations. We did that and loved it. I will 100% be going back soon.
The traditional Peruvian dishes are bests. The osobucco is enough for two
Always good food, never disappointed. $$$
Papa a la huancaina
Whole Beef Flank (Special at the top of 2nd page of the menu) is awesome!
Beef heart (Appertizer) is great.
Lomo Saltado is OK only.
It is simply delicious!
Pisco sour will ease your day.
Local hang out. The food is very fresh and we always have great service. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Best Peruvian food try ceviche papa rellena Chupe de camaron limo salteado ski de gallons. Helado de lucuma
Lomo saltado and ceviche all the way
This modest storefront is a soulful spot with vibrant, generous cooking and a familial feeling. What to get: Anticuchos, skewered, marinated beef hearts; ceviche garnished with soft sweet potatoes.
The fried rice an yucca are outstanding!
Great service and food is great too, never cold
The chicharon is awesome as an appetizer.
Even if you’re stuffed, you can’t leave without a bite of Perez’s homemade alfajores—anise shortbread cookies filled with caramel. Sublime.
Service sometimes sucks! And food might take like forever and be cold too.
Purple juice. Holy crap.
Tacu tacu and bistek apanado WAY TOO SMALL!
the lomo is great!
Boneless fish does not mean boneless.
The 1/2 chicken with 2 sides is a great deal at about 8 bucks.
Try the paella and the beef hearts. Ceviche also good.