I had the lomo saltado and enjoyed it very much. The meat was very lean and extremely well cooked. My family enjoyed the aeropuerto very much. They loved their dessert.
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I don’t always trust forced fusion restaurants but I do trust chef José Andrés. The stated goal is to bring together the flavors & ingredients of Peru and Chinese dishes and interpret them in new ways. For the most part they succeed, we started with...More
Let me start by saying that I love Jose Andres. I think his restaurants are fantastic so I really wanted to love China Chilcano but did not. It took us a while to digest the menu and make some choices but the staff is enthusiastic...More
Try the Chilcano cocktail. Food is tasty and reasonably priced given the quality and ambiance. One of the few good restaurants in the Chinatown area of DC.
I love this restaurant. I love the vibe, the modern fusion dishes, and the friendly service. We tried a number of dishes which were all delicious, really well prepared from fresh quality ingredients, and then the lomo saltado. Let me just say both my son...More
We had lunch-early dinner here after one of the many protests in DC. It's good to be in a cheerful and culturally mixed space after a cold wet morning of marching and chanting. I never realized that I wanted Chinese and South American cooking fused...More
I've eaten at China Chilcano about a dozen times over the past couple of years -- lunch and dinners. I took my wife and niece there the Friday after Thanksgiving. The service was outstanding, as always. But, the dishes seemed to have more salt and...More
We had a date brunch and some of our tapas style dishes had amazing flavors. Top picks are: Chicharron de Costillas de Cerdo, Lomo Saltado and pork belly pao. Ambience is nice and friendly (seemed good for date as well as group dinners). It is...More