Great place for indoor/outdoor dining and grilled food. you get a nice plate of food for a reasonable price.
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Try its fried paiche (jungle fish) and juanes de gallina (steamed hen rice ball), together with a dip from cocona (tropical fruit tomato shape) or onion
popular among visitors, and also for locals (my motokar driver recommended it to me), abundant portions and great fish dishes. traditional side dishes available: yuca, plantain, etc. Service is efficient and prompt.
They open at 5pm, nothing ready before 6pm. A lovely lady received us and we thought despite the dirty look of the place, this would be an awesome experience. The "waitress" that came to the table after was unbelievable. Chewing gum all over, filthiest clothes...More
My friends and I went there for our goodbye dinner, just before leaving Iquitos. Don't get scared when you see a massive TV, it's just an element of the local culture. The restaurant looks like someone's had their front room there not long ago, just...More
This was the perfect place to go to have good local food. Service was quick and the food was great! We tried lagarto and another typical peruvian meal and it was quite inexpensive. The atmosphere is not fancy, but it was clean and the staff...More
If you want great typical food from the region at good prices, this restaurant is excellent. The paiche a la parrilla was probably one of the best fish dishes I've ever eaten. The tacacho was excellent too.
We went there at 16.00 and it was closed but they open the Restaurant just for us 3 and we got the whole Place for us alone, cheap and awesome big portions. Just Local Food
We found it here and we are so glad to have visited the place. The food was so good. We had cecina with tacacho and juane de yuca. Both dishes were so good. The waiter was very sweet and fast. The chicha was delicious! Best...More
A local family took us here for dinner and the food was awesome. Get the Paiche (giant river fish) and Cecina and you won't be disappointed.