Very good Peruvian small bites dishes without loosing flavor and overall experience in Los Angeles Locro de quinua
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This was our favorite dining experience while we were visiting L.A. We sat at the bar in front of the sushi prep area. We had a bottle of Duas Quintas from Portugal and highly recommend it. The small plates were teaming with wonderful flavors.
Delicious food. Appetizers very tasty and interesting. Portions are just right for non-American clients. Service was prompt and friendly. Will not hesitate to go back in my next trip to Beverly Hill, LA.
We visited this restaurant recently during our short stay in LA. The food was delicious, We tried the Ceviche Criollo, Biftak a la pobre, Pulpo and Roast Chicken. The quality of these dishes was excellent, prepared with fresh ingredients. Could not fault anything at this...More
Plates are small in keeping with the tapas theme. The South American influence is evident. The food is exceptional and included ingredients combined in ways you’ve most likely never seen before. In the beginning we thought we would leave hungry due to the size of...More
Picca is somewhere I have been wanting to try since I moved into the neighborhood a few months ago. I saved the visit to go with my Mom, who is a lover of unique, gourmet food. Picca did not disappoint. We grabbed a seat at...More
Great atmosphere and the food was most delicious. However the portions were all tiny. The restaurant describes themselves as family-style dining. This is misleading. They must have in mind a family of one or two people. We all agreed that the best dish we ordered...More
We had the best dinner in Picca - the food was so fresh, prepared right in front of us (sit at the chef's bar!) and simply super delicious - can only highly recommend Picca for quality, super service and food - must go!
We love Peruvian food and Picca delivers. Everything is meant to be shared (i.e. small portions). But flavorful and I never thought I'd say this: too flavorful, in a couple of cases--the citrus was predominant in the ceviche (really sour and acidic) and the jalapeno...More
Visited on the recommendation of the concierge at Mr C's hotel. Appearance outside hides the excellent food and vibrant atmosphere. We had 3 dishes between 2 of us, all were excellent then we followed up with the churro's. So impressed that we immediately booked another...More