Tal Cual

14,000 COP – 55,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Cozy
  • What to Try: The octopus carpaccio to start followed by the ribs in tamarind sauce. Plus, you’ve got to get a Pisco Mango Biche, which is a traditional Peruvian alcohol.
  • Pro Tips: It’s better to go earlier in the day as it gets a bit busy at night. They also run a Sunday brunch if you want to have a hearty weekend meal!


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Restaurante peruano Uros

26,000 COP – 30,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Typical
  • What to Try: Try one of their seafood platters. It’s a trio of three different traditional Peruvian platters. Also, pair it with the chicha morada, a traditional Peruvian drink.
  • Pro Tips: During the evenings they sometimes have live music! The music is all Peruvian and Colombian and is a nice way to enjoy some culture.


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