Restaurant Casa Perú is the first and, so far, only Peruvian restaurant in the Netherlands. It's established in a monumental building in the ... More
Restaurant Casa Perú is the first and, so far, only Peruvian restaurant in the Netherlands. It's established in a monumental building in the heart of Amsterdam, in which guests are treated to South American hospitality in a cosy, informal atmosphere. In Casa Perú, an extensive menu (with 76 dishes!) provides an overview of the variety of Peruvian cuisine - warm and cold dishes (such as the famous fish dish Ceviche De Pescado, home-made stews with beef and goat, stewed and baked seafood, some vegetarian dishes, chicken and fish and typical Peruvian cocktails (such as Pico Sour andChuchuhuasi).
This restaurant provides great peruvian dishes, especially the ceviche and aji de gallina are great, together with the national peruvian drink, pisco sour. During the summer you can also eat outside and enjoy the boats that cruise along the amsterdam channels.
Found the restaurant by accident (is a boutique-size location) and were stunned by the exquisite decor & cuisine. Waiter was a treat, food excellent, and atmosphere exceptional.
If you like to try new things the waiter is more than happy to introduce you to exotic-peruvian dishes/desserts.
Recommend to all who like tasty food and value for money.
This restaurant is one of those small, intimate, family owned restaurants that you'll think about until you return again. This is one of those rare finds located in a quiet beautiful part of the city .... If you order nothing else on the menu make sure you order the Cerviche.
Look this isn't bad Peruvian food, it's just bad food! Unassuming, unpretentious, yes, but also unappealing and unsatisfactory. My wife is from Arequipa so I've had my fair share of Peruvian cuisine, the ceviche was really nasty in this restaurant never ever again
I liked the food. It is new, spicy and different in a goed way.
The service was terrible. The waitreses where running from one table to the other... only 2 for like 16 tables... and they let dishes getting cold while they ask each other from who is the dish....
I write a letter to the web-page from the restaurant (trying to give my honest opinion) and they deleted! I got an e-mail without an apology but a bounch of bad words.....
They cannot accept there mistakes.... and they taked my mail like a horrible thing... I only wanted to help them to be beter....
The food is goed so I will try it again if the next time I'm in a hurry....
It is nice to have a peruvian style restaurant in Amsterdam, but it is really bad. The service is really bad and want to rip you off by trying to pay you twice. I got once almost stolen by their main waitress 75 euros and it was not by accident. Don't go here unless you like to pay too much for bad food.
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