Both locations are wonderful!!. I tried the Scott Street location first and I saw they had another location on Mission. plaBoth ces are great. Mission is busier and I had to wait for a table, but well worth it. We didn't have to wait for a table at Scott, I'm assuming because it's new and everyone doesn't know about it yet. Ambience and service was better at Scott though, but not really any complaints. If you're just hungry, both places are great. Lomo Saltado is the way to go. If you're on a date, I suggest the Scott Street location. It's a bit more on the romantic side.
GREAT!. By far the best Peruvian restaurant in the city! Great food, great portions, and a great variety on the menu!
Mi lindo peru. Vary aforatble prices. I love the cistomer service and enjoy the community very much. I reccomend this restaurant to everyone.
Editorial Review. Mission District restaurant serves Peruvian and Spanish tapas, plus traditional Peruvian beef, chicken and seafood entrees.
The best in SF. This is hands now my favorite restaurant in all of San Francisco! I have been going here for years - there is NOTHING this restaurant serves that I wouldn't recommend. My personal favorite - the Pescado Saltado or the Jalea. I have been here numerous times with different people and everytime it's the same reaction. Everyone says the food is absolutely delicious and very moderately priced.
great for the price. My friends an I went there after visiting some neighborhood bars and was very surprised with the food. I thought it was great. The ceviche was tangy, full of flavor, not over tasting. Though many reviews have said that the food was too salty, i did not find my dish salty at all. I ordered the chicken dish with saffron. I would recommend this restaurant and will take my friend from hawaii here when she comes to visit.
SALTY!. Granted I probably dont douse my food with salt as alot of people out there but I felt that everything I had ordered on the menu were overwhelmed with salt. I drank so much water I didnt get to eat much. I dont think I would be going back. The postive things about this place is the many choices on the menu and friendly prices. I have to agree with someone else who reviewed this place that if the food was not overly salty than it would probably be bland....
Great Value. This restaurant is a great value, the plates are huge!. Although the dishes can be a little salty, the food is great and authentic. Try the chicha morada or inca kola and definitely try the appetizers delicioso.
Viva Mi Lindo Peru.
The food is as phenomenal as the ambiance of this family run establishment is unpretentious. Any gastronomist will realize that this Mission eatery repeatedly delivers consistent titilation, dish after dish. The bistec a la pobre is no doubt the best steak I've eaten under 20 dollars (it's 13.95). The grilled boned chicken (8.95) is astounding, with the smokey tenderness of jerked chicken grilled on Nigril's streets. Both dishes are charcoal grilled.
Viva Mi Lindo Peru, may you grace our streets with your sweet scents and quality foods.
We tried it & liked it!. We knew we wanted to try this place - and we're so glad we did! The atmosphere is really genuine... the food is "interesting" if you're not used to it, but it is soo full of flavor! DELICIOUS! We look forward to going back again soon!
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