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Our last day of 13-day Peru trip, passing by this restaurant that has no big sign but spacious dining area with eye-catching bamboo-made furniture. As the docked fishing boat area is on the other side of the Street, you know this is the place for seafood lovers although they do have others meats on menu. Having cerviche many times during our trip, we preferred "hot" meals. Fortunately we are able to ask the chef with my poor Spanish for cooking something not on the menu and they are super delicious. Image if you can speak Spanish well. It's totally worth of stopping by.
Parcheggiato davanti al mare vediamo un signore che ci viene in conto con una mug contenente un brodo caldo di pesce . Situazione anomala. Assaggiamo e scopriamo che era buonissimo. PerciÃ² lo seguiamo all'interno del ristorante. Il locale Ã¨ molto rustico e pittoresco, classico ristorante di pesce "ruspante". Non ci fermiamo alle apparenze e ordiniamo la tazza di brodo per tutti, poi cevicheria, riso con i molluschi, corvina e fritti di calamari. Tutto molto buono. Il conto Ã¨ stato ridicolo ed i gestori gentilissimi.
4 based on 21 reviews
If you visit Pisco, Peru. You should def try out this restaurant, food is delicious and service is great!... you will feel just like if you were home, the decoration, the people, the music everything fits to have an amazing lunch or even dinner.
4 based on 38 reviews
Inaugurado a inicios del 2010 el Restaurant Gourmet Puro Pisco dispone de una merecida reputacion en el Balneario de Paracas y San Andres en Pisco. Destaca por una cocina peruana e internacional de alto nivel gastronomico, por una peculiar y acertada deco
Extensive menu. Fresh catch of the day. Inexpensive. Best place around Pisco.
This is the best restaurant in the small fishing Village of San Andres. Everything Is fresh.The fish they serve is the day catch. To me the best are the chitas or cabrillas.Whole deep fried is the best way with hot rice with onion salsa.
4 based on 15 reviews
This is where the local Peruvians eat. Best to know some Spanish, as I am unsure if the staff speak English, my wife did all the ordering. The food is of good quality and at a very reasonable price. We were given the option of a free drink or soup to our meal.
4 based on 108 reviews
Based on the huge recommendations of this place, I was looking forward to a mixto ceviche. I was sadly disappointed, the scollops were mushy and the octopus was tough. However the fish was nice and I ate every last bite of that. Nice friendly service with a free Pisco sour.
taita restaurant is a best place to eat, CHEF jose luis, was working 2 best hotel five star. marriott and hotel Paracas. be injoice with our peruvian food.
So good food. the owner was very nice and explained a lot about his history as a cook and the peruvian food. Nice location and the best food I have had in Peru so far. Loved it so much. You can really tell that they care about making good peruvian food here. Definitely worth a visit if you find yourself in Piscothank you so much...we are continue working making good food. thank you for choise the restaurant. TAITA RESTAURANT AND TEAM !!
4 based on 216 reviews
Our tour guide Lucio recommended us to try As de Oros because it was one of his favorite local restaurant, my husband and I decided to give it a try and we thought the experience overall was great and food was delicious. The restaurant looks very fancy from the outside but prices are reasonable, average dish ranges from 20-40 soles. Our local tour guide told us that because they're very busy, their inventory stays fresh since all the groceries gets used up quickly. We ordered the Ceviche Mixto, Chaufa seafood fried rice & fish filet / shrimps AND mushroom soup. Be aware : this restaurant has very large portions, we ended up not finishing everything and took some food to go so we can munch on back at our hotel hehe. I loved the Ceviche - was fresh and delicious. Mushroom soup was awesome. The fried rice & fish filet was pretty basic I thought - nothing too special. And the Chaufa fried rice was especially fishy (the smell). I mean there were seafood mixed into the fried rice, hence the smell was strong. But I'm not a fan of fishy smell. I would def visit again though, and will order Ceviche again!
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