Are you craving for chevice? This is the place to be... Many kinds of this Peruvian food, try the trio. Nice roof of top for summer days.
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Liked it and left happy and stuffed but not as overjoyed as the folks with me. They loved it. They offer tongue and tripe and heart and while it was very good organ meat is just not my thing. There are a lot of other...More
To be honest, I am definitely big fan of Peruvian cuisine, particularly after my trips to Peru and other South American neighbors. Tanta is so far one of the best options in Chicago for Peruvian cuisine I found. There are even better ones in Pacific...More
In Chicago on business. My fourth time at Tanta and it didn't disappoint. Absolutely fantastic menu. Best way to do it is get handful of small plates and then share a main course. Can't wait to go back for my 5th time!
Went with a business group this week. The menu is Peruvian which can present a little more difficulty to figure out what to order. The waitress tried to explain to the group but it is a very noisy but with a great vibe. My meal...More
We went there to taste Peruvian food. We have mix feelings. Ordered "cavishe" and two different peruvian traditional seefood dishes. For me quality was acceptable, however shrimps was burned. Really it was smels burning. My girlfriend complains to the waiter and he answered "ohh... ok."...More
We went for lunch on the rooftop 2nd floor terrace. It's a really nice place to sit in on a hot sunny summer day. Service was highly professional and the Peruvian food was delicate and creative. We especially liked the Arroz con pollo which was...More
....but didn't. Don't get me wrong. I liked Tanta allot. We got seated in a great booth at the front window. The place was packed and very noisy. Quite hard to have a dinner conversation. Round one of cocktails: a tanta paloma, la rusa, and...More
If you were thinking of quiet conversation, this is not for you. But for good food, especially the grilled seafood selections, it is worth a visit. Peru used to be a culinary backwater. The reverse is true now...a blend of Japanese and South American. Patrons...More
Can't miss this incredible restaurant. Food is just out of this world. I am a very demanding person when food is a subject. Perú has a great food. It is the next discovery. This restaurant is making a great job. Excelent plates. Try the tiraditos...More