Wow! Dubai seems to be having a lot of Peruvian restaurants opening lately. And this has become one of my favorites in the city at the moment.
I’m glad I decided to make a booking as the restaurant was packed on a weekday evening.
We started off with some drinks at the bar. I had to obviously start of the with the Peruvian cocktail the Pisco sour. Most bars serve u nuts/chips alongside your drinks.
This was the first time I was served Fried Corn called ‘kancha’ which is apparently a common snack in Peru and something I found quite tasty and interesting.
We decided to get seated and started off with a Ceviche platter, Beef tataki, Salmon maki, sea bass spring rolls and Friedbaby squid.
For the mains I had the lobster which was grand and I also stole a few bites of the Wagyu ribeye from my friend which was just as good.
We ordered a number of dishes for dessert as well which were all just fantastic.
Make no mistake the food isn’t cheap. You get what you pay for. Our group loved the food and the service and have found a fabulous place for a night out.