Refined and intimate dining amid fresh flowers, modern artwork and luxurious furnishings can be found tucked away on a quiet street just a block from ... More
Refined and intimate dining amid fresh flowers, modern artwork and luxurious furnishings can be found tucked away on a quiet street just a block from the busy Avenida Pardo. Notable members of the business and cultural community frequent here, as do Lima's chic crowd. Specialities of the house include a fusion of international and Catalan cuisine with the Suquet de Peix (fish steamed with fine herbs) highlighted on the menu. There is a small, albeit assorted, selection of drinks at the bar to enjoy while awaiting a table or dining partner.
Innovative Peruvian take on international cuisine. The service and quality is very high and more consistent than other expensive restaurants in Lima. Make reservations before you go. There is also a bar, which is frequented by locals.
No doubt about it, La Gloria is a very upscale restaurant in Lima´s upscale Miraflores neighboorhood. When you see this restaurant´s patrons, you immediately know that you´re among this country´s elite. Almost everyone is fair skinned and European Looking, and all are very well dressed.Although the food was excellent, it was very overpriced, much more expensive even than comparable restaurants in the USA. My dessert was a delicious brownie like concoction,ver tasty indeed, but certainly not worth anywhere near the $10 that I paid for it.Also, the restaurant´s decor, though pleasing, was nothing exceptional.The food was excellent, just not worth the money.
A small Bar, but I love it! You may have some Drinks before goint to lunch or rather stay there!. The restaurant it's a little dark for me.. I preafer the Bar! But it's food is excellent! Great Chef! I really recommend this Restaurant!
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