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Posted by Anonymous on 05/07/2014
I love the service and the atmosphere. The servers are always so friendly. We have been there about 8 times since they open. I feel like the more we go the better the food gets. We have ordered just about everything on the menu. Some things are better than others but that is just by your preference, I personally love steak and the lomo saltado always satisfies my steak cravings. My boyfriend on the other hand is a big seafood fanatic and he loves the ceviche here. Every time we do dinner with our friends we recommend this place and so far everyone has loved it.
Posted by Yanina Carhuamaca on 04/26/2014
I went with my family last Sunday and trust me, this is the best Peruvian restaurant in Kendall. Delicious food. We had the Lomo Saltado and the "Combinado" appetizer. You can try four spectacular dishes all in one: shrimp causa, jalea, ceviche and an amazing arroz con mariscos. Good service as well in a modern and fresh location. Definitely I will go back for more!!
Posted by gfm15470 on 04/23/2014
Wow! What a great name! My two favorite passions...ceviche y Pisco remind me of the Nordic connection between Gravlax and Aquavit. The restaurant opens at Noon, I step in and was greeted by a surprised server and a lady who appeared to be the manager or owner, well let me rephrase that, I was greeted by the server only. The lady walked into the back of the restaurant then came out passed by me with not so much as a hello or greet. I say surprised because the server said to me, "we open at noon", I respond, "its 12:05"...Surprise!!! I order the famous "Leche de Tigre". 15 minutes later, I get a plastic soup container with a fourth filled warm frothy, very salty lemon and seafood mixture. Inside are two medium sized shrimp with the tail still attached and with the same flavor if you just purchased cooked shrimp at your local grocery store, not even marinated to indicate it came from the ceviche. Added to this is seven pieces of soggy fried fish which again taste like the fish breaded nuggets sold at your local fast food restaurant but soggy. Disappointed is the least of my feelings for what I thought would be my place to visit again and again with my wife who like me loves ceviche and pisco. Needless to say with all the variety of Peruvian Cuisine in Kendall/Hammocks area maybe the Chef should have stayed in Peru and learned a bit more about Ceviche. And please if you’re going to serve shrimp in any dish, have the decency to remove the tail, and don't deep fry the fish.