1580 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL | Directions 3313925.789042 -80.132015
Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
Neighborhoods: Flamingo / Lummus
The worst Peruvian food in Miami. Too bad, because the location is so good. There are so many other good ones, e.g. Sabor Peruana, El Tayta, Salmon Salmon.
I am rating only the food = excellent "home made" real peruvian food – I must say that my Sister and I were impressed by "El Chalan" delicious home made peruvian food. They should keep the same CHEF and they should renovate the restaurant. I will go back for sure.
Cocina casera sabrosa y fresca – No conozco a fondo la gastronomia Peruna pero aqui he comido bien, sano y por buen precio.
Eso si, cierran cuando les da la gana y sin previo aviso por lo que aconsejo llamar primero.
La tripa o Cau Cau esta mu sabrosa y los vinos en general a buen precio aunque la carta de vinos es reducida.
A great deal – This is a restaurant in South Beach that serves typical Peruvian food. The ambiance is not great...the tables are all crowded together and the restaurant just lacks any style whatsoever. I like it though, it reminds me of the restaurants in Peru, simple and homely. Most of the staff there do not speak English, but the menus are bilingual and the items are numbered so the non-spanish speaker can just indicate what he wants. This is not typical Latino cuisine. Peruvian food also has a type of fusion with Asian cuisine, due to the many Asians that have resettled there. There are different types of noodles and fried rice on the menu. My sis ordered the sauteed noodles with chicken. Very good...slightly different from what Asian Americans prepare although you have the same background of soy sauce, vegetables, and noodles. I ordered Bistic a la Pobre and got a large thin-sliced steak with two fried eggs, white rice, plantains, lettuce and tomatoes, and a side of beans that look to be garbanzo. The steak is not anything high-quality but it is decent and huge. The beans were great. They were slightly seasoned with cilantro...very typical of Peruvian food. This food is for the diner that wants something different and likes to try food of different cultures. It is not for the diner that is looking for ambiance.
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