Full of flavor, full of choices, full of variety, full of very friendly knowledgeable staff, close to all that's good around central London!
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We were 9 and all had starters, main and deserts and 3 jugs of Sangria at least. We spent £40 each. Really enjoyed the flavours of all 3 courses. Will go Peruvian again. For sure.
Went to a seminar. Fancied something to eat afterwards and saw this family-run restaurant on the same street. Never neen to a Peruvian restaurant before - what a dreadful omission I now realise. Wandered in. What a find! The cocktails were delicious (all Peruvian ingredients)....More
A very friendly restaurant with excellent service. I had not tried Peruvian food before and went for a main meal of ceviche but without the spices - go for the spicy version only if you really do enjoy spicy food as without also tasted great....More
It is advertised as authentic, maybe it was in 2003 before Peruvian cuisine became the most interesting in the world. Now it is authentic as a backstreet cafe with sloppy presentation, relatively tasteless food and unreasonable prices. I have been to Peru and this is...More
Went here with friends on a Friday evening having booked, which on this occasion was not necessary, as they do have both the ground and upper floors of the restaurant with tables. The restaurant is more of a café with formica/wooden tables rather than what...More
For all South American food eaters- I believe it is truly national Peruvian homemade food. The place was recommended by a Peruvian friend who has checked other Peruvian restaurants in London but this one , in his opinion, is apparently the best. I'm European so...More
Me and my partner love this place. It's in an ideal location so close to the Shard and London Bridge station. The service is always very attentive and friendly and the food is really tasty. Espcially the house special duck and the pork ribs and...More
My fourth visit to Tito's. I am hooked on Peruvian cuisine. Rocked up Friday night with family in tow. The downstairs dining area was solid with diners. Any chance of a table for four? No problem, upstairs was opened. So friendly and welcoming. The staff...More