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Sazon is Spanish for "seasoning" and synonymous with incredible Peruvian cuisine! We combine family recipes with great service for amazing dining. Peruvian cuisine is a reflection of Peru's diverse geography, immigrant cultures, and even pre-Inca recipes! With a truly unique fusion of cultures, you'll taste dishes with hints of Spanish, African, Italian, and even Asian cuisines. At Sazon, our family serves authentic Peruvian recipes passed down by our great-grandmother, Maria Olinda, who herself boasted Peruvian, African, Spanish, and Italian ancestry! We invite you to share one of our unforgettable Ceviches with a co-worker at lunch; with 7 to choose from including a classic Ceviche Mango or…
I came here for lunch with a few friends the day before New Year's. The location is in a very small strip of shops on a busy corner. We found parking right out front but there is more parking behind the building. The interior of...More
Small local restaurant that serves good Peruvian cuisine. It can get crowded and waits for food do occur but the food is fresh and very tasty. The appetizer specials and ceviche are good even as mains.
In researching our trip, I read great things about Sazón and was looking forward to our lunch stop there, wedged between a tour of Bengizer Family Winery in Glen Ellen and a visit to the Charles Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa.
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Tucked away spot in an off the beaten path neighborhood. Overall good service and unique dishes. Avocado was a bit dark & "crab" meat was a small claw with virtually no meat. Not a great value for the $ in my opinion.
Hadn’t had Peruvian in year so decided to give it a try. Friendly service. My boyfriend and I split an appetizer and an entree.
We tried Palta Rellano as an appetizer as we were looking for potato, the avocado was appealing and it was a...More