Food was excellent and the portions were massive. I would spilt one main course between 2 people. Try the chirimoya (custard apple) for pudding if you get a chance.
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The barman mixed delicious negronis and we chose a delicious white fish from the specials of the day. The service was very good.
This restaurant gave us the eerie sensation of being the only customers on a Monday night: we never experienced having 3 waiters all for ourselves. Still, the place is quiet, nice, and the food is great, so our dinner was excellent and I would recommend...More
Dinner for a party of four. Tried a wide variety of dishes. Ceviche, Goat, Duck and Pork. All very good. Service was good and prompt. Reasonably priced
This restaurant was chosen as a part of our tour package. The ambiance was open and inviting. The service is relaxed and not rushed, so if you are.... Keep that on mind. I enjoyed the cooked sea bass ceviche which I've never had before. Highly...More
We've eaten twice at the Lima version but this is the original. Three floors of dining. Ceviche al carbon (hot ceviche) is a speciality as is goat and duck with green rice Chiclayo style. Excellent food and good service.
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch at Fiesta. Both food and service were excellent. Looking around the room, it was clear that this is where the well heeled locals choose to dine. The menu features all the usual regional specialties but the food quality is atypical...More
Went for dinner in a group of 9 people. Service was average, waiter insisted on giving recommendations even when not asked. Chilcanos were average. They had no fish option left at dinner time. The Lomo Saltado came cold. The Pato Saltado was too raw, but...More
We started lunch at 3pm but no problem with the accommodating efficient staff. The "Raya" tortilla was very good but there was no stand out feature that would merit 5 stars. My partner's beef was overcooked but the vegetables were good. Go with medium expectations...More