Nice food, good portions and great service! Highly recommended for traditional food and a good change from the traditional Italian.
Peruvian/Roma fusion in a squeaky clean, super well-run "hole in the wall." We had the chilled raw ceviche (cubed) with corn in a lightly spiced sauce. Also had spatchcocked bbq chicken with potatoes in a delicious cream sauce, plus salad. Everything, including two large birre,...More
I have no experience with the peruvian kitchen , but if this is the standard I am not going to Peru anytime soon. A plate of deep fried chicken, plain rice and french fries and two slices of tomatos is hardly gourmet, but fair enough....More
The food was really good but the chili appetizer a bit strong :) Really good service from "Mr. Peru" - think it was the first time he had visitors from Denmark and Iceland :) worth a visit
i had a great chance to have plenty of peruvian food just as you were in lima: very good ceviche, tasty anticuchos and the most spicy aji ever tried, and all very cheap. I was the only non peruvian in the house.
I had no idea that there was a thriving Peruvian community in Rome, until my girlfriend and I came across La Gallina Capricciosa. We have eaten there at least half a dozen times, and walk by it all the time. Every time we look in,...More
This small restaurant has the best chicken in town, hence its name "la Gallina Capricciosa" (the Whimsical Chicken). The restaurant is very small and looks a bit shabby but the food is delicious. The recipes and owners are Peruvian, and so is most of the...More