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Picca is now closed for business. Do not book a reservation for Picca.
I'm so sorry to say the food was awful. The ceviche was extremely salty. The potatoes in the papas huancaina were hard. The eggs were runny in the middle. Drenched in sauce.
We asked for some bread before our meal - 10 minutes later they brought us cold, stale bread slices.
The lomo saltado was ok. Also overly salty and not very generous with the meat. A small bowl of sticky rice to go with the lomo is $4.00.
I was so looking forward to trying this restaurant. Sadly, we left very disappointed.
Great service. Vegetarian options. Very willing to accommodate preferences.
Closing for good? Sunday? What a shame! I wish I would've known. Would've gone more
The food is excellent. Highly recommended. I have never had a poor plate here.
Beautiful setting, the most amazing food, but was a little confused. The website allowed me to book a 915 dinner but when we arrived the door had the closed sign on it, peering into the glass entrance, someone opened the door to allow us in. In letting them know their closed sign was up they told us that the kitchen was closing in less than 5 minutes. So although the food was divine and the service we did receive was attentive it was a rushed experience, didn't get a chance to really look at the menu with rushing to decide. A little shame. Wouldn't miss this little gem, just make your table booking for a tad earlier :)
Nice Peruvian restaurant, interesting food and presentation
This was a great way to celebrate my birthday!
Amazing halibut ceviche
Great service and awesome tapas style food.
Very tasty and creative cuisine. Brought my mom here for Mother's Day but thought it would be ideal for dinner dates with friends. Loved the Peruvian flare with hints of Japanese. The paella had uni stirred within and was delicious! Ceviche topped with fried calamari - great! But the crispy duck in blend of hominy and resoto in green sauce topped it all - Mad Good! I started with this oaxacan (named) cocktail that was fizzy, smoky (peety) and fruity which I really enjoyed. Mom seemed happy too people watching. Parking was a bit of a trick but liked the cafe's facade in bold deep red.