Try the Peruvian style crepes - we had one with lomo saltado (beef) and chicken in a garlic cream sauce. Both good! Service was a little slow, but we'd recommend this place for a light lunch.
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I went there with my parents and we ordered the trout crepe, salads, and a round of Pisco. The crepe experience was utterly disappointing, it came with few tiny pieces of fish, the taste was all right, but they were really stingy with the quantity....More
Dear TA member, Your comment is most peculiar because it describes precisely the opposite of what we offer: flavourful crêpes made with high-quality ingredients, finely prepared, and one of the city's best pisco sours, according to our regular customers - made with Cepas de Loro...More
When I saw this crepe place listed on tripadvisor & near our hotel we had to go! We go to a crepe place near our home & love them; we wanted to see how they compared. Went here around 11 am after our plane landed....More
In April/May of this year I dined a number of times at this restaurant.This is a lovely place to eat at-good food,friendly staff and reasonably priced.The cafe/restaurant is in a very armospheric building and is a lovely place to visit in its own right....For a...More
I'm not a crepe expert to any degree, but these crepes were delicious and with a very wide selection. There is a crepe maker in full view making up the crepes with great dexterity and a large bar that looked very busy. The space is...More
This place is so good that I went twice! It has the cutest little outdoor courtyard to sit in. They offer so many choices of crepes; both sweet and savory! They have other breakfast options as well! The prices were decent...22 soles for a banana...More