JORA Peruvian Cuisine POP UP

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JORA Peruvian Cuisine POP UP!

JORA (pronounced “ho-rah”), inspired by the sacred drink of the Incas, “chicha de jora”. It was used in rituals and offerings to the Pachamama (mother earth in quechua, the language of the Incas).

JORA is a fine dinning class gastronomic service that seeks to bring Peruvian food to another level. From private dinners, dinner pop ups in San Francisco, and catering, JORA will serve you the spices of your life like never before. For the most discerning and daring palates who are willing to discover the magic that hides more than a century of culinary tradition, JORA’s menu is waiting for you.

PLEASE NOTE this is a $85 per person Peruvian Christmas tasting menu. Your place(s) will be held by your OpenTable reservation. We will call you for your credit card information and to finalize your booking. At that time, we will provide you will any additional details.
No Alcohol will be served at this location
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San Francisco
13 reviews
Dined on April 27, 2019
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Rodrigo is a really talented chef and the opportunity to experience his food at the JORA pop-up was a real delight. All three of the team that comprises the JORA pop-up were super friendly and made my special night with my daughter really wonderful. She loved her meal, too!
I highly, highly recommend JORA and Rodrigo's future culinary endeavors!

RB
San Francisco
1 review
Dined on January 12, 2019
Overall1food1service1ambience1

First, it cost 85 per person so I expected a decent experience. We arrived and they did not have a table, so we had to share with strangers (this was not disclosed beforehand). Second, we sit down and we are told there is no alcohol. Third , the food was just ok, but things like the fried yuca being inedible was disturbing. The service was below average. The only beverage option was tap water. They would not change silver ware after each course so we had to wipe off the silverware with napkins.

My Peruvian friend got up and said he couldn’t take anymore, and We walked out after 3rd course. Told the strangers we were sitting with they could take the entree and dessert to go.

I have never walked out before. It wasn’t good

JG
San Francisco
24 reviews
Dined on January 12, 2019
Overall3food3service4ambience5

Drinks were not available due to permission restrictions; poresentation of each dish was beatiful; taste was OK

OT
San Francisco
1 review
Dined on December 8, 2018
Overall5food5service5ambience4

Highest quality Peruvian-fusion cuisine. Felt like I was in Peru as I have dined at some of the best restaurants in Lima and this was at that level. Excellent tasting menu and experience. We will return!!!

R
San Francisco
6 reviews
Dined on December 8, 2018
Overall5food5service5ambience5

Truly wonderful food, we enjoyed the menu very much. My compliments to the chef. We hope to come again.