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Posted by JM de Jesus on 07/08/2013
I went to Lima's Taste with my wife and we absolutely love the food. The service was friendly and good, and everything was authentic and fresh. I strongly recommend the Lomo Saltado and the Ribs. The ceviche was amazing. I love the Cristal peruvian beer and my wife loved the passion fruit mojitos. I would come back to this place in a heartbeat.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2012
Wow...this place has incredibly small portions for a very high cost, and the quality is not good. Do not go! The rib entree is $25 and consists of 3 small ribs. The paellla was one shrimp and one piece of chicken and some rice for $26....it tastes worse than a frozen dinner. No crunchy crust on the bottom or anything, just really bland and bad. I have been living and dining in NYC for over 6 years and this is only the 2nd time I've felt compelled to write a review, it was that bad.
Posted by anonymous on 09/19/2011
This place used to have great service but now it sucks. Waiter was rude spilled water over me and walks away without apologizing and knocks my dates elbow with the plate without apologizing. Very cheap on the food and the waiter did not know how to speak english. This used to be one of my favorite spots but no more.
Posted by nycfoodlover on 08/15/2011
Lima's taste was, quite simply, fantastic. I had the Aji De Pollo and a pisco sour. Both were fantastic! The staff were corteous and I felt like part of their family! Thank you so much Lima's Taste!
Posted by lee on 10/10/2010
My grandmother is Peruvian and every now and then I crave for the cuisine. I have wanted to go to this restaurant for the longest. Finally I was able to go. I was extremely disappointed with the experience. 1)When I arrived I did not feel welcomed at all by the proprietor. 2) When the waiter asked if we wanted drinks: I ordered a Chicha Morada, which is a tipical Peruvian drink. They stated they only had Inka Cola. A meal is not a meal without drinking a Chicha Morada! As a matter of fact another Peruvian entered the restaurat after I did and ordered a Chicha Morado only to be told they didn't serve it! 3) The ceviche tasted like they used bottled lemon juice rather than freshed squeezed lemon juice. It also lacked cilantro or the proper seasoning. I didn't even finish it. I had them pack it up so I could take it home and fix it! 4) When I left the restaurat their was no, "Thank you for coming, please come again," And I wont! If you want real Peruvian food you have to go to a Peruvian Restaruant owned by Peruvians!
Posted by PeterR on 06/25/2010
Ate there 3 nights ago and have to say their drinks were BARELY drinkable so we didn't bother ordering any other drinks. This is the 2nd Peruvian place I've eaten in and have to say I'm not a fan of it at all. I find it very tasteless. The inside was very cute and I loved the chairs.
Posted by appetize on 12/31/2009
This is a really good restaurant. I've eaten Peruvian food a lot in California and this was better than anything I had out there. The lomo saltado was beyond tasty. My boyfriend had the chicken escaveche which was also great. The quinoa salad with bacon was very original. Of course we had 2 pisco sours each and got buzzed.