The second London venture from the team behind Michelin-starred Peruvian restaurant, Lima, is more informal than it's older sibling.
This Covent Garden eatery features a piqueos bar for small bites that are perfect for sharing, and a main restaurant for more substantial fare. There is also a pisco bar serving Peruvian inspired cocktails.
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14 Garrick StreetLondonWC2E 9BJ
Absolutely Delicious. Has some lovely cocktails in the Pisco bar before the meal - would particularly recommend the maracuya pisco sour. Nice atmosphere. Then went upstairs, the waiter was very knowledgeable and the food was delicious. I had the Andean Suckling Pig- would definitely recommend this!more
We had the Andean breakfast which is part of their brunch menu, which was really tasty and really good for value, also four glasses of prosecco for £10! The quinoa porridge was different and really tasty and there was a lot of food. They even brought out a birthday dessert I requested for my sister, so customer service was excellent!
Would definitely go back again and it's also next door to...more
I had hoped this place was going to have a massive turnaround and when I saw a 50% off the soft launch of their new brunch menu I was ready to give it a second chance. REGRET.
The service is so so so bad. Hailing down someone after sitting for down for 15 minutes to get water. It was supposed to be all you can drink prosecco but they on'y came by to refill once. Other drinks not offered....more
We went for brunch, everything was solid. We ordered the Andean course of brunch.
First, food was good -- though I must say not exceptional. They put in a good effort for sure -- for example, the yogurt in the starter round was very rich and perfectly flavoured, and the omelette in the mains round was filling. I was looking forward to the suckling pig burgers, but they were too dry and...more
Been here twice now, once a few months ago and once recently. My experience a few months ago was good and I'd say just deserved about 4*. However this more recent experience just 2-3*.
Firstly the Ceviche here is very good. The fish tastes fresh and is very appetising, with just the right sour level. I had the beef sudado as a main a few months ago and loved it, but this time round, it's been...more