It was wonderful evening ended. The food that we ordered is really delicious and the service is good. We tried different food and the Pesco sour is really good!
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We've tried several dishes and starters including the "pope bathed in sause"(no jokes, that's what it says on the menu), and were not impressed by any of those. Waiters don't speak any English, menu is not fully translated. It was not possible to have the...More
I sat outside at the very last table and had a wonderful view of the ocean and lighthouse. I ordered a small amount of food and a beer. It was a pleasant and relaxing respite from a busy day. There seems to be more than...More
We came here for lunch, good service, decent cocktails and the food was okay. Menu has English translation under the Spanish which made it easy to order. The view from the rooftop was exceptional, would recommend sitting right at the very top or there are...More
Barranco is the place to eat and gather with friends. We choose Javier's to taste peruvian food as causa, parrillada (beef heart, chorizo, porc) and have some pisco sour. We stay until they close. The employees were more than nice.
I had an amazing time watching the sunset over San Lorenzo island. The view is stunning. Drinks and appetizers are great. This is a great place for seafood lovers.
Our tour guide, Daniel, from Foodies Peru recommended this place for Antihucho, so we had to go. The view from the patio was lovely and our server was so sweet. I didn't see Yuccas Fritas on the menu, but asked him if they had it...More
As we walked through the streets of Barranco, we found Javier down close to the cliffs and the ocean. We got a seat for dinner on the third deck and we ended up splitting a couple dishes including the ceviche mixto and the anticuchos. Both...More
I love the atmosphere of the restaurant and drinks were good, but the food left something to be desired. The first time I stopped for some wine and a snack (Cheese wontons with guacamole and they were fine, just ordinary though. Second visit we went...More