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Posted by Anonymous on 07/29/2013
The drinks were amazing. The Colombian gentleman who made the drinks brought them out and the fusion drinks he created were to die for. Then the appetizers came out. The way the food tasted along with the drinks… a must try. The place does not present the potentials that exists with drinks and food. Wow!
Posted by Robbi on 07/26/2013
After reading the reviews,! I couldn't wait to try the fish ribs....large portion with no flavor at all. More sauce maybe? Hubby had the grilled meat platter for $34. It was OK. And the truffle fries? Ich. Not crisp at all. We couldn't eat them
Posted by Diane Bishop on 06/06/2013
This was a phenomenal dining experience. My fried ordered the fish ribs (which we had never heard of)and they were super delicious. I had the short ribs which were perfectly done with a wonderful cauliflower puree. The service was impeccable. Our waiter was excellent with a good sense of humor and very informative. We will certainly return and recommend highly.
Posted by Jessica on 03/13/2013
Had a friend take me to dinner here and I can't wait to go back. The drinks were innovative and absolutely delicious. The short ribs and fish ribs were finger licking. The service was fantastic. When in the city make sure to have La Pulperia on your places to stop by.
Posted by Shelly on 02/28/2013
Based on the menu descriptions, I was skeptical that the food here would prove worth the prices La Pulperia is charging. I was pleasantly surprised and happy to be proven wrong. A couple of friends recommended La Pulperia as a new place that's casual and comfortable, but "nice," with interesting Latin food and a bar that serves fun drinks that aren't just gimmicks. All true. Food was really tasty - I had the ceviche and pappardelle; my date had the humitas and fish ribs. We also got a couple of the house drinks. There's a lot of creativity coming out of the bar, but the kitchen really shines. Service is welcoming and attentive - our server was always around, without hovering, and offered suggestions that ended up giving us a better meal than we would have ordered on our own. Take some risks when you go - we were unfamiliar with the preparations, but went with Riccardo's recommendations and were very, very happy. The food is interesting, well-prepared, and satisfying. It's a small place, a couple of steps down from street level - no signage, so make sure you know where you're going. Nice atmosphere - dim enough to feel cozy, but enough light to see what you're eating. Both the chef and the manager stopped by the table and seemed genuinely interested. Open kitchen is fun. We didn't see many people sit at the bar, but it looks like it would be a good spot for drinks and some appetizers. Tables are fairly close together, but we weren't bothered by noise or our neighbors' conversation. Not cheap, but worth it. We have guests coming and,plan to go back for brunch.