Update on Peruvian Restaurant
September 29, 2012 3:23pm CST
We had such a wonderful time, though it was costly. Here is what we had: well I had a sangria, Matt had corona beer. I had a think that looked like a cupcake, and tasted like chicken salad as an entree (entrees are before the main meal here in Canada) matt had a plate of oyster for his entree for the main meal I had lamb chops and he had a dish with all kinds of stuff like beans, chicken burrito and nachos and quacomole. then we shared my dessert which was short bread square with jam in the middle and coffee We will definitely go back.
• Boise, Idaho
29 Sep 12
It sounds like you had a very nice dinner. I don't think I'd care for the oysters. I like them better in Chowder than by themselves. Your dessert sure sounds interesting. We went to Sizzler the other night. I had my usual salmon and it was great. Tonight we are having porkchops, potatos and brussel sprouts. Yum!
• United States
1 Oct 12
I'm glad that you had a wonderful time. The food sounds very good. I prefer what Matt had, since I'm not a huge lamb person. I don't see myself eating out in a long time. I gained a lot of weight after I quit smoking, on top of eating like a horse because food tasted to good to pass up. Now I'm paying for it. Think of me when you do go back, and enjoy your dessert.
• United States
30 Sep 12
Unfortunately, there are no Peruvian restaurants in this area. Otherwise, I would have had the opportunity by now to enjoy the cuisine, which sounds like it is a fantastic fusion of several different influences. However, there are a lot of other really great restaurants within reasonable driving distance of us.