We both had rice with vegetables (arroz con verduras) and one pitcher of Lemonade. It was hard for me to eat everything and my wife could just eat half of her portion because it was so much. The rice and the lemonade tasted really good.We paid 47 soles which is around 12,50â¬
3 based on 112 reviews
We did have 2 different chicken courses.Most of the menu was not available but the house specialty was very good (chicken stuffed with spinach)Pisco sour also was good and very big
3 based on 125 reviews
I visited El Catador for the second time recently and would not return. Although itâs a nice opportunity to try local specialties like carapulcra con sopa seca (dried potatoes in a stew with noodles on the side), the prices are high for the region. The restaurant does a ton of business with the tourists â guides get free lunch for bringing visitors to eat there. It was difficult to get the food we ordered as the service was quite slow and we never received our drinks despite asking repeatedly. They also donât actually have everything thatâs listed on the menu.
3 based on 91 reviews
I ate at Don Fernandoâs in Ica after returning from seeing the Nazca Lines. The service was very good, as well as the atmosphere of the place. I had the chicken with salad, it was good, but nothing to write home about. I also had a Cristal beer with my meal, the beer was good, a light tasting beer.
4 based on 90 reviews
Went for lunch (not open for dinner unless group makes special reservation). We loved the presentation of the plates and agreed that food quality matched the presentation. The bright airy open dining room connected to patio was comfortable and social but not cramped. Service was good. Not far from the plaza de armas. Not far from much as taxis are very cheap in ica. Big beers were cheap and food was reasonably priced for the amounts and quality. We had a few beers, the parihuela, cebiche, the pescado soy peru, a sudado, and a lemonade for approximately 120 soles. We did see a big non fish / seafood plate of pasta lomo huancaina for non seafood lovers. Big chunks of beef.
4 based on 422 reviews
We went here for lunch and had a great meal... They offer a great selection of Peruvian food and their Pisco Sours are fantastic! The staff are very friendly and helpful. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 368 reviews
We serve Peruvian and regional food. Part of a vineyard, you can also enjoy wine tasting tours, paso horses shows and breathtaking sights.
It was ok. It I could give it 3.5 stars I would. I took the tour and was a little put off by their claim to be one of the best wines in the world, which is something of a stretch shall we say. But it is a pretty setting and the food is decent and not outrageously priced. Worth a visit if you have a few hours free in Ica.Hi Meh,Thank you very much for your comments. We are very happy to hear that you liked the food and enjoyed the quality of the service. The best wine of the world is the one you enjoy. However, this is a subjective matter. What we do is share with our visitors the international awards we recived. You can check that in our web.We are always open to feedback and comments. Regards
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