Permanently Closed - 33 Kitchen
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Thursday: 12-3pm / 6-10pm
Friday: 12-3pm / 6-10pm
Saturday: 12-4pm/ 6-10:30pm
Sunday: 12-4pm/ 6-9pm
This place is closed. Ugh. And they confirmed. Thanks open table for not weeding them out.
We did not have dinner here. It is presented as a gourmet peruvian restaurant when in reality it is a plastic chairs and tables place. We were looking for a nice restaurant, this is not within my definition of nice. The place was completely empty
Wonderful food and great service!!
The food was amaizing. We wew a big party, so we order different dishes and got to share. The service was really good. Jose Igancio was very attentaivd and patiente with us, since we were a large group deciding what to eat.
We have dined at Kitchen 33 on several occasions and each time the chef has prepared fabulous meals. This is an excellent restaurant and we will certainly look forward to dining again.
Food is poor and quality is below average. Fish for ceviche had the freezer flavor yet, the lomo saltado flavor was good but tiny portions, menu it's undefined, a rare of "peruvian" and everything else together with freeze french fries. Service was good and environment is nice. I think I wouldn't come back again.
Miami Spice menu was really tasty! Would come back again.
Great food & service, great Miami Spice menu... Excellent!
Really good food there. Specially, love the ceviche ! Service is good also
It is the best Peruvian in town! The ingredient they used is qualitative and fresh.
Great gen of a place with wonderful service and consistent authentic Peruvian food and good wine list.
Always excellent. The Chifa is the best fried rice in townn, Peruvian food with a contemporary twist.
Very considerate ! They reserved my fave table as requested
Fabulous cuisine, excellent service at a reasonable price. Really terrific!
The food is amazing. The service was quick and excellent. The beer list reflects craft beers as well as commercial beers.
Muy buena comida
Comimos muy bien, excelente servicio y precios razonables.
I have been to this restaurant several times since it opened. It HAD potential and I have given them the benefit of the doubt and have come back because I've had delicious food here. After my most recent visit - I'm done. They are so inconsistent with the food preparation. I have ordered the same dish (kale/fennel quinoa salad) 3 times and specifically requested either light dressing or dressing on the side. Only 1 time did they make correct - otherwise it came soaked in dressing and inedible. The last time I was there, I spoke up and complained about it and asked for some extra undressed greens to cut the overpowering lime juice dressing. It took 20 minutes of reminding my server (in a fairly empty restaurant). He finally showed up with a few shreds of fennel. There was no apology for lousy service and lousy food. Two of my friends ordered a tuna/soba salad. The portion was teeny. We won't be back.
Had a very delightful meal at 33 Kitchen. Four of us concurred. Will go back.
This restaurant was really nice. It's a little crazy that they offer lomo saltado but don't include rice or fries. You have to purchase them on the side for $5 each. Also they only have one type of ceviche which is very surprising from a Peruvian place.
A small peruvian restaurant that cares about food presentation as much as the quality. You can see and taste the efforts and pride they put into the food. Freshest ceviche, and the plating tells you they don't overlook the visual details.
This was our first taste of 33 kitchen. As a group of 7 we took up 1/3 of the indoor seating- it's a small place. The service was efficient and friendly. The appetizers that we ordered- kale salad with seared tuna, ceviche( more than enough to share), tiradito- were delicious in an unpretentious way. Everyone enjoyed the entrees- the loma saltado, salmon, and fish and chips were stand outs. For dessert, the lava cake was enjoyed by all.
The wine and beer list is much longer than the menu so there is good choice there. Only disappointment was lack of Pisco...
In summary we had a very good meal and great service. Try it.
The food and wine selection was great. The desert was ok, nothing to write home about.
The ceviche de corvina and seafood fried rice special are must orders. We enjoyed every bite from start to finish. Everything was fresh and delicious.
We have dined at 33 Kitchen at least 6 times since it has opened. The food and service are always outstanding. We will be sure to come back again.
Waiter was very accommodating. Can't blame him for the food. Ordered 2 Ceviche dishes, and the sauces were the same. Got the steak and truffled fries. Fries were excellent, but rare steak was raw.
Sent it back only to get medium steak.
Would not go back.
Fantastic service with detail description of the food. Definitely will be back.
We loved this restaurant. The food was absolutely amazing, service excellent. We asked to meet the chef who came out and spoke to us. Will return!
Everything here is wonderful and delicious. We had, among other, tirado nikkei (tuna), skirt steak, fish and chips. All fabulous with the fish and chips being exceptional. Server was Peruvian and most pleasant and knowledgeable about the food. Little gem in Coconut Grove!
I invited a friend for her birthday and we were looking forward to try this Peruvian restaurant. I travel extensively to Peru and enjoy new takes or approaches to this amazing cuisine. Hence, we were disappointed to be told that they ran out of the Streamed Pork Buns and Lamb - considering it was noon on a Sunday. My friend is allergic to fish and seafood so she has fewer options to chose from. While the Lomo Saltado was cooked to perfection regarding the generous helpings of beef, I believe this dish needs the traditional inclusion of fried potatoes as in the classical recipe. The Aji de Gallina is good too, just different from classical versions where there is more sauce.
great food and nice relaxing atmosphere. perfect neighborhood kinda place.
Great food and value but they close early so not much atmosphere after9:30pm
The portions are just too small, even for tapas. I've never paid so much for tapas in my life.
Quaint industrial style resto with great sampling of Peruvian food. The crispy crab on wontons and ceviche were highlights. The Peruvian rice was a bit greasy but had a nice charred flavour to the chicken in it . Our service was efficient but not overly personal. Would recommend.
33 Kitchen was recommended by friends and at first blush, the small size and deliberately downscale patio seating made it seem like less than we were hoping for. But it didn't disappoint. A varied authentic menu with many tasty choices; friendly, attentive wait staff; great dish presentation. Made one small error in taking the order and quickly remedied with comped drinks without having to be asked. Definitely recommend for great, ethnic food in a casual, hip atmosphere.
It was closed:((((((((((
Excellent nuevo Peruvian cuisine! The ceviches and tiraditos were amazing ... so fresh and flavorful. The chicken ají amarillo offered a new twist on an old favorite ... the poached egg on top was a great addition. The place is small, but it was a beautiful day to sit outside on the patio. Our waiter, Juan, could not have been accommodating. This was the first time I ate at 33 Kitchen, but I'll absolutely be back. Thanks for a wonderful dining experience!
I have been there several times , I love the food : you can have small dishes , taste a lot of them while you share with friends.
The creativity towards Peruvian food is remarkable , delicious!
Typical Peruvian food. Absolutely GREAT!!! I am definitely going back with friends and family!