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El Condor Pasa Restaurant
Posted by Linda DelRisco on 04/03/2015
Years ago we ate there alot, it used to be excellent. It closed. We heard it had reopened, so we went there to eat. It was hot, a/c not on. Poor service, no bread, or anything while we waited for our entrées. The Jalea mixto was fair, no squid other than the frozen rings. No scallops, no clams, no corn (it should come with the giant toasted choclo). No taste. The corvina dish was not corvina, and it was drowned in sauce. The bill was presented, my husband gave his credit card, added a 25% tip, and never really looked it over. No receipt given. In the car, he went over the price in his head, and we were over charged at least $10. Looks like tip was already added in, and we tipped generously on top of it, for poor food, service, everything. An expensive lesson, but we will never go there again, and I'll be sure to tell as many people as I can. I give it 1/2 star.
Posted by Bob on 12/29/2013
My Favorite Place to enjoy a delicious authentic Peruvian Food in a nice and quite environment. Highly Recommended
Posted by Heather on 08/17/2013
Went on a Saturday night...place was empty. That was bad sign number one. Also, the gigantic tube TV in the middle of room and holes in the wall where art used to be left a lot to be desired. And it made me want to leave...asap. They only had one person to serve the entire restaurant on Saturday, although it wasn't busy, it was clear any training was seriously lacking (e.g., no serving spoon for soup, no separate plates for sharing appetizers). We had to request a pitcher of water or I'm fairly sure our glasses would never have been refilled. And then the food came...or some of it. Everyone else's entrees came 20 minutes before mine even though mine was probably the simplest. Those that had steaks and lomo saltado said it was tough and inedible. The shrimp and calamari in my dish was tough, dry, and beyond overcooked. I know it's a totally different concept and cuisine, but for the price of this place just go somewhere else.
Posted by Cecilia on 05/24/2010
We asked for 2 medium-hot ceviches. They serve a lot but was not spicy at all. I had to ask for rocoto on the side. They put american corn, not real peruvian corn and they charge $1.95 for canchita when in most places it's free. So this was a disappointing experience. I am not planning to go back.
Posted by Daniel on 11/15/2007
Excellent food, good service, prices a bit high. One of the best Ceviche i have tasted in south Florida.