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Peruvian Food is AWESOME!

diananeddie Jun 4, 2011 03:29 PM

I can't say enough of this restaurant. Its the best lechon I have ever had, the best fish ceviche in town, and OH MY GOD peruvian tamales! I had no idea that this little restaurant was there. It looks like a little hole in the wall but the food is THE BEST!
Try it - you'll go back over and over. We do - at least once a week!

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  1. Lambowner RE: diananeddie Jun 5, 2011 07:15 AM

    Is it called "Peruvian Food" restaurant? What town in Texas is it located? Details are good.

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      diananeddie RE: Lambowner Jun 5, 2011 08:47 AM

      El Cebiche De Waldito Restaurant/Divine Taste Catering
      5526 Evers Rd. (Between 410 and Wurzbach)
      San Antonio, TX 78238

      Its in a small shopping center next to Old West Steakhouse. If you blink, you'll miss it

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        Sam Spade RE: diananeddie Jun 5, 2011 11:22 AM

        Thank you dianaeddie for posting!!!! Had to go try it after reading the review. The lunch buffet was excellent and we're definately going back to sample more of the menu- which has a wide range of mostly peruvian entrees. On the lunch buffet the sopa de mariscos, lechon, tostones, tamales peruanos, and desserts were our favorites. It is literally a six table hole in the wall but with excellent food and a very charismatic owner/chef.

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      Jaymes RE: diananeddie Jun 5, 2011 12:38 PM


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        diananeddie RE: Jaymes Jun 5, 2011 03:30 PM

        I would check with the chef. I don't think that plate is legal in the US but I could be wrong?

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          thegforceny RE: diananeddie Jun 5, 2011 03:37 PM

          Of course it is. You an get it at many Ecuadorean restaurants in the Queens borough of New York City. it is expensive though.

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        SpursDynasty RE: diananeddie Aug 22, 2011 04:44 PM

        Their lomo saltado is a horrific rendition of the dish. They might as well call it stir fried French fries with cilantro stems

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