Paladar 1900 was a very pleasant spot for dinner. Food was very tasty and had clearly been carefully plated. Portions were generous. Would definitely go back
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Some first-rate food served in an relaxing and elegant setting. The rear dining room alone is worth a visit to this stylish restaurant. The menu and décor don't disappoint and the attention to detail is obvious throughout. A must if you are in Arequipa.
We chose to sit in the courtyard out the back, where they have tonnes of miniature umbrellas hanging in the sky, giving the restaurant a truly magical feel. There is no breeze in Arequipa during the summer months (I went in December), and so it...More
Interesting menu with a lot of creative dishes and modern takes on traditional Peruvian food. Great service. The restaurant is in a fantastic old colonial home. The owner is Greek, so look for a few Greek dishes hidden in the menu.
We asked our taxi driver for a restaurant recommendation after finding our chosen destination out of business. Couldn't be happier. Wonderful romantic location as others have stated, with eclectic furniture and decor in a beautiful historic building. Service was top notch with an English speaking...More
The umbrellas in the courtyard are so adorable! We came here first thing one afternoon, and although it says that they are open at 11:30, they told us that they would not be open until 12:00. Luckily it was worth the wait. I tried the...More
we went twice, once for lunch, the next day for dinner with local relatives. being unfamiliar with arequipa restaurants, we tried this one for lunch first. after enjoying that experience, we felt comfortable inviting local relatives for dinner there the next evening. it´s even more...More
The place is really nice, good service but the food is not at all at the level of the high Peruvian standards one would expect. The wine list is preposterously expensive. Ther eare much better options and would not go again.
My fiancee and I had been recommended this restaurant by a Peruvian friend to try one of the local dishes, Rocoto Relleno. Quite honestly we had no idea what to expect and thought to swing by for a quick lunch. Once we realized this was...More