Gaston Acurio´s restaurant in Santa Cruz! the best way to try Peruvian food and Pisco Sour or Algarrobina
We are venezuelans , fans of Peruvian cuisine and frequent visitors to Lima . This time we traveled a litlle further to Santa Cruz in Bolivia . It has been a nice experience with at least three good gastronomic experiences , El Aljibe for bolivian meals , Jardian de Asia a superb social enterteinment and peruvian asian fusion food and... More
I was so happy with the taste of food.Good price and quality. I recomended this place to anyone.I went with my frinds. The Pisco Sower taste jast like Peru and the macaroons are delicious.
It was by walking around when I found this restaurant very well known for Peruvians. The food is typical from Peru. Nice Pisco Sour, delicious chicha morada and superb lomo saltado were my launch in a sunny sunday. I added this place to my favourites.
Great lunch with cerbiche and grilled octopus . World class cuisine. Recommended without reservation .
Very modern surroundings (glass, plastic and aluminum), nicely prepared menu with Peruvian and Bolivian food at a price that is way over its quality. Service is well trained and the place is small, well located and full.
I had three lunches there with wife and friend. Daily luncheon specials were an especially good deal. The restaurant was modern, minimalist producing some of the best tasting food anywhere. I was not swayed by the chef's obvious media hype; I came to my conclusions by tasting some of the best food in South America. Congratulations.
Unfortunately we did not order Peruvian specialities which is this restaurant's forte (so we are told). Dinner for the 4 of us was just OK. It was not unattractive and service was fine. But in a city which probably has the best value restaurant meals anywhere I found it pricey, with main courses running between USD25-35 each.
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