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My wife and I were lucky enough to have dinner with Sandro and his wife on the 25th of August. Sandro works at the Cordon Bleu so his food was splendid. As my wife is vegan and I am vegetarian, he expertly created a menu...More
After a first class experience in Morocco this experience was a tremendous disappointment. Not only did Cinthia taste and approve of the bland cream sauce she made, then proceeded to shake the excess on the spoon back into the sauce we would all eat. Yuck!...More
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Traveling Spoon R, Owner at Traveling Spoon, responded to this reviewResponded June 3, 2019
Thank you so much for taking the time to give us your feedback, we are really disappointed you didn't have a good experience. It sounds like you may have been a part of the same group of travelers we responded to previously.
Our goal as...More
We got lost in our Uber trying to find Cinthia’s house and arrived ~ 20 minutes late. Although a very nice person, the experience was bad. We essentially had bland pasta and potatoes. The dessert we had, she prepared for her father and had already...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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TSReservations, Owner at Traveling Spoon, responded to this reviewResponded September 11, 2018
Thank you so much for your honest feedback and for letting us know about your experience. I was so disappointed to hear that you had a bad experience with Cinthia.
Our goal as a company is to provide our travelers with authentic experiences,...More
Brisa is a professional chef who entertains in the home of her mother, a well-known Peruvian potter. She is very plugged in to the food scene in Peru, and a warm and gracious hostess. She picked us up in our Miraflores location, which made things...More
Date of experience: May 2018
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