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Our server was awesome. Great experience for our entire group
Amazing start to finish...
The food was Very delicious. The sanguche of pork belly a nice set of savory flavors. Enjoyed the dumplings chicken and pork with vegetables. I liked the tiradito of salmon and the Shapiro limeño for postre. I have been there several time and believe me I will return.
We were lucky to be there during Restaurant Week - it was delicious as usual.
Fun place with a unique and interesting menu. Food was great and the servers were helpful. Seemed a bit pricey for the portions but that’s probably just downtown DC. I would go back.
Great food and spot in Penn Quarter! Delicious food and good service; would highly recommend.
Went during restaurant week. All of the food was wonderful. The Peruvian-Asian fusion worked really well. Only thing I didn’t enjoy was the dessert, which had a very strong tangerine flavor. Pretty standard pricing for sit down dining in the district. Would definitely recommend!
We had a great time. We had to wait 40 minutes for the table to be ready, but the restaurant made up for it by sending us a variety of free dishes to try. The food was outstanding and quick.
We have not been impressed by this restaurant, food too elaborated to the point that single tastes we’re undistinguishable and somehow confused.
Service was normal and ordinary.
Food was fine but if I were to go when it wasn't Restaurant Week, I would feel that it's overpriced for what you get. The first plates (appetizers) were very good and similar to what you would get at a good dim sum restaurant. The aeroporto was very good but the TamTam noodles were not very flavorful.
All I could taste was the spiciness. Desserts were most disappointing. The Suspino portion was very small and seemed more suited to a palate cleanser than a dessert. The banana ice cream dessert had so much whipped cream that it was hard to find the banana ice cream but the ice cream was good when we were able to find it. However, the service was very good and the ambiance was great.
Good is really good! Will definitely recommend to friends
Me, my wife, my brother and sister-in-law decided to visit China Chilcano for their Winter Restaurant Week lunch menu. The food was affordable, delicious, came out quickly and was both inventive and satisfying. The cocktails were excellent as well.
Food is good, but not as great as other Jose Andres restaurants including Oyamel. It's also not childfriendly - they didn't have high chairs available when we went, and the restroom doesn't have a changing table.
Amazing food, everything was perfect. The blends of the unusual ingredients and different flavors was the highlight. Can't wait to go back!
Food was absolutely amazing, but we had service incidents at the start and of the meal that detracted from the experience. To start, we checked in at the host desk a few minutes before our reservation time, and the hostess with the iPad replied, “I’ll see what I can do.” What?? We had a reservation! Fortunately, she seated us not too long thereafter but with an equal amount of surliness. She took us to our table, dropped the menus on it, said, “This is your table” and walked off. The lack of hospitality was stunning, and a Jose Andres restaurant deserves better. At the end of dinner, our waiter acknowledged my birthday with a pile of whipped cream with a candle in it – except he knew I am lactose-intolerant. To be fair, he noted that the dish was dairy, but the restaurant missed a notable opportunity to celebrate my birthday with something I could actually eat. There is tons of potential here, if management put as much effort into the service that is clearly put into the food.
Our dinner experience was phenomenal! We did the Tatami tasting menu and enjoyed every bite. The service was excellent and we had a lovely time!
Went there for very early dinner on a Saturday. Delicious! Amazing food! Attentive wait staff. We brought our 10 year old who found something to eat. Not much for kids. The atmosphere and music was very fun!
A “foodies” paradise!
Amazing ! I love this restaurant
I’ve been meaning to try this place for a while and WOW. Unfortunately we weren’t seated until 30 minutes past our reservation time but the manager was very nice, introduced himself and apologized and gave us a free tapa for our trouble. The food had so much flavor and the drinks were delicious.
It was a tremendous experience. Definitely plan on returning soon.
Good place for a date, food was perfect
Fantastic place, Jose Andres has the absolute best restaurants in DC.
We went for restaurant week and it was a good deal. $22 for and appetizer, main dish and dessert. The meal was tasty and the service was good. I left full. However I don’t think I would go for dinner. But it’s a great place to try to restaurant week!
Wonderful experience. Food was great , really well prepared. The fried yuca is fantastic, the classic ceviche wonderful and teh octopus super delicious
Kuddos to Alexander, our waiter that did a fantastic review
We had a wonderful meal. Drinks and wine were good. Service was excellent. The only disappointments were the ceviche and the temperature of the chips. Other than that: the dumplings, yuca, cauliflower, etc were all delicious and creative. Beautiful presentation.
The menu was very unique and everything was delicious. The service was very good as well. There was a really good selection of cocktails and wines as well.
Restaurent week lunch was delicious! Great food and great value. Try the fried yucca!
Good service and food. Enjoyed the restaurant week menu.
The restaurant has great ambiance but failed to deliver on food. It says Asian Preuvian fusion, but I didn't see any fusion. There were Asian (Japanese, Chinese, etc.) dishes on the menu and Peruvian dishes. Also nothing really to wow you. Went here for restaurant week for $35 pre-fixe menu, and probably not going back again.
I went to lunch during restaurant week. I had not been there before because I I thought mixing the different food cultures didn't sound very good. However, the food was excellent, well-seasoned but not overly spicy (I used the sauce that came with the shrimp-pork dumplings sparingly). The Aeropuerto was just right, mixing soft and crispy items with a wonderful flavor. The Peruvian dessert, Suspiro Limeña, was very good, with the tangy passion fruit over the custard. I will definitely be back.
It was my birthday. They provided a surprise, absolutely delicious dessert with a candle. What fun!
the 4-course meal for restaurant week was great. Our drinks came a little late and two courses came all at once for some reason. Most of the food was good but the tuna was very fishy and the fried plantain dessert was supposed to be ice cream with fried plantain but it ended up literally being fried plantain and whipped cream....
The other dessert was great, liked the passionfruit balance with the condensed milk custard. Most of the food was good. The ambiance is good for dates and small party dinners.
It was awesome! Never disappointed and proud to invite family and friends!
Have dined here before with positive results. However this time around I believe we got served some perhaps not so good sashimi like tuna in the donburi dish. Have been having stomach issues for 2 days now after this meal and therefore not very happy. Also as much as the waiters are friendly, I do feel like they are too eager to pick up the plates from the table so we diners felt rushed. Another suggestion to restaurant— since it’s tapas style consider using smaller brimmed plates to hold the same quantity of food given since the dining tables for 2 are on the smaller side. The drinks were good but it may be a while before I return.
Food is always amazing
One of my favorite places in DC, creating a unique take on Peruvian and Asian cuisine that never disappoints.