Harden's survey result
“The flavours are like being back on Lake Titicaca” – Martin Morales’s Peruvian operation with venues in Soho and Old Street “delivers a gastronomical explosion on the palate”, with “really flavoursome and unusual combinations of ingredients” including “fish like no other”. They “may not have a Michelin star, but can’t be beaten although others try”. Top Tip: pisco sour cocktails.
“Amazing, seriously tasty dishes, with lots of fresh tastes”, and washed down with “perfect Pisco sours” instill high esteem for these “buzzy” (if “rather noisy”) Latino ventures, in Soho and near Old Street.
“Bring your tastebuds alive!”, say fans of the “great food and even better Pisco sours” at these “cool” and “lively-if-noisy” hangouts (“like a holiday in Peru!”), in Soho and near Old Street. But while “interesting, not all dishes are entirely successful”.
“Intriguing” Peruvian fare – in particular “fantastic ceviche” washed down with “wonderful” Pisco Sours – still wins praise for this atmospheric Soho South American, whose “bustling” new EC1 sibling is also off to a good start; “pushy” service and “noisy” conditions can grate though.
|Wine per bottle||£22.00|