Excellent food and very friendly staff! Fast service at a very good price! Peruvian food with a little Italian mixed in. The kids loved it!
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Our family of four stopped at El Arizal for an early dinner on December 18th, and had a great experience! The ceviche was fresh and tasty and beautifully presented. We also shared the creole rice, which was amazing, and a huge portion. We split a...More
We were here following the advices found in the site. The food was OK, the quantity and overall presentation OK also. A bit disappointed about the "combo": asked for a "chaufa de mariscos" with ceviche and I was surprised to find both dishes mixed in...More
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A fantastic Peruvian seafood restaurant on the seafront of Paracas. The aroma of the dishes was enough to tempt us inside and we weren't disappointed. The menu was extensive with photos for non- Spanish speakers. We ate a wonderful dinner of whole sea bass in...More
As there is quite some choice along the seafront we dropped in here and enjoyed nice food and good service. Fish and seafood recommended.
This is a reasonably priced, family-run restaurant on the seafront in Paracas. Tables were arranged inside the open restaurant or outside. We were the first patrons to arrive as it was early in the evening and got our order in before many other diners appeared....More
One of the dozen or so restaurants along the bay. The fish (something like trout) was perfect. The sort of unfried French fries were unappealing, the white rice as bland as usual in Peru. An option for salad or vegetables would have made the dinner...More
If you are very hungry go to El Arizal. It is delicious and they gave a lot of food. We ate chicharron de pescado, conchas a la parmesana, arroz marinero.
I had high expectations based on the reviews but was disappointed with my dinner of grilled shrimp(dry and overlooked) and my husband's dinner never came. I expect he contributed to the confusion by ordering in Spanish which is pretty basic. He choose not to ask...More