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Posted by Dirtyburger on 02/06/2008
I moved to Williamsburg 10 months ago and since then I always seem to turn left on Union and head to Dumont for dinner. Seeing as how they have been declining in performance we decided to finally check out Chimu. I have to say that this was probably the best meal I've had since I've lived here. We had the empanadas which were absolutely delicious and the garlic sauce that came with it was divine. We also did the half avocado with a seafood salad which was ok but not the tastiest thing. If you're having a bunch of spicy food and tons of flavors then the dish is nice to ease your palette a bit. The boiled potato with onions appetizer is phenomenal. They have lots of onions on top and there's beef and egg inside. The green sauce and the red sauce make it even better. We split the tacu tacu entree. The risotto was pretty tasty but I must say these guys know how to flavor and cook their meat. Meat and spice lovers must go! The best news of all our tab was like 50 bucks including a pitcher of sangria.
Posted by al alpaca on 11/12/2007
Great restaurant. Friendly staff. Food was delicious. Sangria was awesome. Highly recommend the empanadas and corn pie to start. Were able to accomodate table of eight. Be sure to bring cash and get a Chimu VIP card. With it, you get 20% off the entire check if you pay in cash. Enjoy.
Posted by TONKA on 08/25/2007
great wait staff and bartenders. amazing food. large portions. this place rules. the mixed civiche is off the charts.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2007
I recently ate at Chimu and found the food to be delicious. The empanadas were perfectly seasoned, and they weren't greasy at all. The sangria was sooo good. My only gripe is that our main courses weren't served as hot as they should have been. Overall, it was a great dining experience.
Posted by Scott on 06/21/2007
I've been to most of the Peruvian places in the city and this one is the best...my Peruvian girlfriend whose opinion you should trust more says so too. The ceviche de pescado is very good as is the tallerin verde, lamb seco and arroz con leche. I'm sure the other dishes are just as good, but I've only been there twice.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/10/2007
Not being from 'burg, went to menupages to find a different restaurant. Saw the reviews and thought it would be a nice place. We were overly pleased. I didnt see in any reviews but they have a beautiful outdoor seating area as well as a nice interior. Service was excellent for a slow sunday night even though the restaurant was fairly occupied. Authentic food, nice avacado salad and empenada. Dinner was great. As stated, try one of the pasta dishes. My wife had the steak one, it was good. I had the lamb stew with a delightful sauce. We both had a drink and our bill with tip was $65. We will absolutely dine here again!
Posted by Really good! on 05/16/2007
I have been to Chimu twice in the past couple of months. This was the first time I had ever eaten Peruvian food and it is DELICIOUS! Every single thing that we order each time has been outstanding. Some dishes to try are the avocado salad, this stuffed mashed potato thing with onions, chicken and steak empinadas, the steak fried rice, and the steak with cheese spaghetti. The dessert was even great! We had the carmel crepes and rice pudding. This is truly a great restaurant and I can't wait to go back. Everyone should try this restaurant out!