great location, close to plaza de armas, good selection of peruvian food, very recommended the "cuy"
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It was Easter time. My friend and I alone in the restaurant. We were treated so well and the food prepared to our specific requests. The owner and chef trained in Florida. He is a master. Try it most definitely.
We stumbled into this place while walking down Jerusalem on a Sunday afternoon. It was late and we were the only ones there. The charming little restaurant has inside and outside tables. Service was slow, but we were in no hurry. My husband's beef had...More
Took 3 hours, our food came all out at different times and all cold! the staff couldnt cope with our table of 10 even with an empty restaurant was also very rude! No English and no patience!
Worst restaurant I have eaten in on my travels across Peru! Service was terrible food disgusting! Waitres very rude avoid at all costs!
My girlfriend found this place. Didn't get a good impression at first. Peruvian/French food? Really? But I ordered a weird pesto/aji fusion dish, and loved it. Service needs a bit of work, but the food was great and the price was very reasonable.
Sounded interesting - French Peruvian food. The building looks great and inviting, although the candlelight meant one of our group struggled to read the menu! We were there on a monday night, and it appeared there was only one member of staff to do everything...More
Don't be fooled by the pleasant surroundings. The food and service in this place is truly awful. I have never posted a review on Tripadvisor before but felt compelled to as our experience was so bad. Dreary staff, incredibly slow service. When the "food" did...More
This is a lovely restaurant close to the Casa Andina Hotel in Calle Jerusalen in Arequipa. I loved the fish dishes which were perfectly cooked, and my Husbands meal was nearly as nice as mine. Being away from the main square, the meals were reasonably...More