Our Peruvian favourite, even it's not a fashion place. It was restored and expanded some years ago. Don't miss the Cebiche, Carapulcra and suspiro limeño!
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Had lunch there with my wife, food was ok Except the parihuela- had tasted parihuela Before in many places and this one was definitely a very bad one- lack of seasoning and way too much corn starch in the broth, both my wife and I...More
A nice traditional peruvian restaurant close to Belgrano's Chinatown, this place its a nice option for people that want to try something different and special. The restaurant was renovated and its well maintain with lots of tables available, 2 massive ACs, nice decorations and a...More
I had never had peruvian food before going to Contigo, so keep that in mind. I enjoyed their food, the ceviche was particularly good. I have to complain about the service though. I mean, yes, the restaurant was full and we were a big party...More
Not sure if I am getting more critical or if Contigo is changing its focus. Have been coming here on each visit to a Buenos Aires for its pis of sours, but they have got smaller and sweeter, and the food has become pile it...More
A nice alternative to steakhouses and such like, this Peruvian restaurant near Belgrano C station is a gem. Very friendly staff, delicious food and very reasonably priced. A keeper.
The place is quite nice despite of the interior décor, that could be more creative. We ordered ceviche and it was really good, considering the taste, the size of the portion and the price. Worths the visit!
I've only ever had the jalea here but that's because it's always good: A big pile of lightly breaded and lightly fried seafood, never greasy, on top of cancha (Peruvian corn nuts, bascially), potatoes and sprinkled with raw onions and sometimes cilantro. A big meal!...More