The two-level, spacious cafe has an outside terrace overlooking one of the busiest streets in the Miraflores area. It ... More
The two-level, spacious cafe has an outside terrace overlooking one of the busiest streets in the Miraflores area. It maintains the quality and cordial service of yesteryear and has remained a popular cafe in the neighborhood. Highbrow Peruvians and foreigners can be found here mingling in a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Local and international dishes, desserts, cold drinks and cocktails are on the menu. It's a good place for a sandwich lunch or to order a cup of coffee and watch the world pass by.
loved it my husband baby and I we had amazing meals there everyday. The waiters were friendly and very professional. We went there everyday for breakfast had several options and the prices were so reasonable I thought I WOULD RECOMMEND IT 100%
I stayed in Miraflores while visiting my wifes family. We were hungry and tried Haiti for a late lunch. We both liked the atmosphere, service and food. It wasn't very busy at the time we were there so we were taken care of very well. If you didn't like it the first time, I think you should give it a second chance.
The atmosphere is nice and sort of elegant. It is already a Miraflores' classical spot.
However, the food is not what it used to be.
To sum up, the spot is nice, but the food could be better (assuming its status)
Haiti was the first restaurant I went to while staying in Miraflores. As the weather was very good, I sat outside on the European-style patio and enjoyed a ceviche mixto and a few pisco sours. The food was excellant and the sevice attentive. It was a little bit more expensive than restaurants in downtown Lima, but the S/90 (about $30 US) I spent was worth it. It was a great experience being across from a nice park with the locals and school children making up the foot traffic on the sidewalk in front of the patio. This was my first time to Lima, and I always feel better starting with the upscale places of businesses while settling into the culture before I do the cheap-eats places whenever I am traveling abroad.
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