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Posted by Gustvao t. on 12/25/2014
I feel bad writing this review because I used to love the downtown location and sent a lot of people over there and they were always happy.But the food now is disappointing. Mmy friends and I really doubt coming back and giving them another chance. Even the trio of ceviches were not exciting and it's the national dish of Peru.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/09/2014
Been there twice and it's very good. Can't call it "Authentic" cause it's more on the gourmet side and not what " la tia" makes at home in Lima .
Posted by CinMarie on 09/08/2013
If you're looking for authentic Peruvian dishes, this is definitely the place to go! The prices are fair, the service was great, atmosphere is beautiful, and the presentation of the food is incredible! The food is to die for! Reminds me so much of the food back in Peru. Incredible place and the owner is very humbling. Love this place!
Posted by Cesar on 02/14/2013
I'll try to be fair on this review, but I confess it's a hard thing to do. On one hand, the food is great, no question about it. This is probably one of the best Peruvian restaurants in Miami, their ceviche and tiraditos are just spectacular, and their lomo saltado is the best I have eaten outside of Peru. However, as for the overall dining experience, I'm struggling to find the right words to describe it: Let's see... where do I begin? OK... they took my reservation for 6 people, then I showed up on time and when I told the hostess that my party would be a little late, they wouldn't let me sit at my reserved table because "the policy is not to sit anybody until the full group arrives". It didn't matter that I told them that I would order some drinks and work at my laptop until my guests had arrived, they just made me sit on a bar stool next to the hostess desk for more than 20 minutes. And it was not like the place was packed... there were plenty of empty tables. Then I gave the hostess an ultimatum: "if you don't let me in, I'll take my guests someplace else". She reluctantly allowed me into the dining room, and soon after I took my seat another hostess came to admonish me for making the other lady break the house rules and forcing my way into the dining room. I was floored when she said that. My party finally arrived (I would have taken them elsewhere had they not been on their way already) and spent more than $300, but I intend not to spend one penny more at that place. It goes without saying that my additional tip was $0 (yes, they automatically add a 15% gratuity for parties of 5 or more). They even added insult to injury when one of my guests wanted to order a dish that was being served at the table next to ours; their response was, "uh... sorry, you can't order it, that's a custom-made dish that was prepared exclusively for them". It felt like they were saying "you are not worthy" in our faces. So, if you want good food and don't mind to receive a lot of pretentious attitude or be treated like a third-class citizen, this is the place for you... enjoy at your own risk!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2012
Food & service were great. Attention to detail was superior! Highly recommended!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2011
You should go! All the dishes are amazing .. Presentation is excellent
Posted by PF1996 on 07/29/2011
Friends invited us last night to this restaurant for their special event, Peru Independence day. What an occasion to rip people off!! Cover charge was $20.00, which included a tiny foamed pisco flavored drink. Special menu was priced $45.00 to $65.00 per entree (which really was only sufficient food for two people). Food was tasty but way over priced. Place was super loud and management was not accommodating