Rustic Outer Richmond Italian restaurant dishes up more than just your boring Bolognese..
The pale-yellow walls and candlelit tables in this corner eatery are more reminiscent of Tuscany than one would expect amongst the rows of predominantly Asian restaurants on Clement Street. And the influence carries over onto the menu--pages of dishes like bruschetta, caprese, linguini di mare, veal saltimbocca and tiramisu. Diners at the cozy two-top tables can't help but complement their meals with a bottle of red or white from the international wine list.
always good, any time of the day. I've been here several times, both for brunch and dinner, and the food has been really tasty and fresh every time. We liked everything we've tried, including the ceviches, the soups, all of the entrees, and the sangria. The service is very friendly and accommodating, although it can be a little slow so don't go here if you're in a hurry. They are very nice about refilling the complimentary starters, even though we always power through the canchita (peruvian popcorn).
Wonderful ethnic food in a friendly neighborhood restaurant. This place has authentic, high quality Peruvian cuisine, which was a pleasant surprise in a city with so many culinary options. Six of us went for dinner, and we all thought the appetizers and the entrees were excellent. I had the Pescado a lo Macho (red snapper in a light tomato broth with shellfish), and everything was very fresh and tasty. The beef stew aji amarillo, lomo saltado, and salada solterito were also standouts. The prices were moderate, and the service was friendly. There is even parking available at no cost, which can be a real convenience out in the Avenues (but stop in to get a parking pass before you park). We brought our own wine, so we did not check the wine menu and can't comment on it. Go there soon, because once this little gem is discovered, it may get very busy.
Popular Peruvian family restaurant wins over customers with its friendly service, delicious brunches and fresh seafood..
This cute Richmond District spot serves up brunch and dinner in a casual, family-oriented setting. Talkative waiters and plenty of free extras help to give the restaurant a warm and friendly atmosphere. The popular brunch menu includes traditional Peruvian favorites like the pan con chicharron, a mouth-watering breakfast sandwich, alongside classic American eggs Benedicts and omelets. For diners who fill up on the ample portions, the alfajores cookies can always be ordered to go.