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  • Peruvian, South American, Nuevo Latino
  • 99 1st Ave, New York NY10003 40.726636 -73.986405
  • (At 6th St)
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  • (212) 253-1011
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User Ratings (Based on 69 reviews)

Food 3.4 Value 3.6
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 253-1011
(212) 253-1035
Place Order:
Order From Mancora for delivery & takeout
Visa, MC
Sun-Thu: 12pm-12am Fri-Sat: 12pm-1am
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Open Late, Prix Fixe, Happy Hour, Bar Scene, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Mancora

    Posted by anita on 03/07/2014

    Tasty Ceviche

    I was leery of coming here after reading the reviews, but I was pleasantly surprised. I had the Tamalito De Pollo and the shrimp ceviche. Both were quite good. The mojito was a little sweet for me (or maybe they are just too sweet in general?). The wait and bar staff were very friendly and attentive. Even though the place was packed (it was a Thursday night), the service was very good. The decor is cozy; the prices reasonable. I wouldn't mind coming back to try the brunch.

  • Mancora

    Posted by Lisa on 09/16/2013

    Not so good

    Came here for the lunch special. Not so good...food was bland and of poor quality. As inexpensive as it is, there are better options in the neighborhood.

  • Mancora

    Posted by Christina on 03/17/2013

    No Peruvian Wine?

    Ive been to Mancora about three times now and I really enjoy the food! My only complaint is that they do not serve any peruvian wine. I dont understand how this restaurant serves Chilean wine but nothing from their own country. I go to other peruvian restaurants and they make sure to offer authentic peruvian wine to their customers. Delicious food but a glass of Peru's finest wine would be fantastic!! The pisco sour is excellent as well!

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    Posted by Anonymous on 03/06/2013

    Bad Peruvian

    The only good thing you'll get here is the Spanish language. Everything is pre frozen accept for a few vegetables. And the only Peruvian you'll find here are the names of the dishes, that's all.

  • Mancora

    Posted by Magaly Jara on 02/24/2013

    Not PerĂºvian at all.

    I have never been in a Peruvian restaurant that serve you a Papa Rellena the size of a lime and that the Relleno is 25 raisins and no meat, I have never had a tamal that I had to eat it with a spoon cause it was like arroz con leche an on top of the unappetizing taste meat was place outside of it like a topping, totally not Peruvian at all, the Arroz Chaufa was actually with so much Sesame oil that I was under the impression that I was in a Japanese or Chinese restaurant. When they bring the grill meats to the table they have to open the door cause they bring the plate to your table on a hot plate that causes smoke in the whole restaurant, Worst of all the Anticucho was 4 dollar coin size pieces of the meat with no taste at all and it was not even grill it was boil. This is not a Peruvian Restaurant at all don't let them fool you.

  • Mancora

    Posted by hungry half a block below Houston on 01/22/2013


    Can't comment on the service or atmosphere as I haven't been in. Tried to order delivery and they won't go half a block below Houston on Norfolk. They will go to C or 3rd avenues however. I would think they (and many other local restaurants) would be willing to compromise a bit more as long as the distance is the same or less. so fed up after so many years of dealing with this.

  • Mancora

    Posted by EL from Long Island on 12/11/2011

    Worth the trip

    My wife and I recently had the pleasure of dinner at Mancora. Although the space is small and the tables small and the place is crowded and a little noisy, the food and service were excellent. The bathroom was ok but not great. And we did notice a giant blue "A" in the window, indicating a favorable report from the health department. We started with the complimentary plaintain chips and verde sauce which was excellent. We also had the red sangria which was delicious and potent. Next we had the soup which I think was Chupe De Camaron O Pescado and we had both the Carmaon (Shellfish) and Pescado (Fish). It was a delicious, creamy soup and one $10 portion was adequate for both my wife and me. Next we had the very delicious appetizers such as pork and potato and some other stuff I don't remember. What was really good were the roast chickens that we had (Peruvian Rotisserie Chicken) and they served with creamy Spanish potatoes and nice sweet yams. It was really delicious. The chicken was tender and superb. Also, we ordered a seafood fried rice which was awesome. It had all kinds of sauteed calamari, clams, mussels. And according to my wife, the only shortage was that the clams had some sand (which I didn't even notice) and that the dish was a little salty. But it was very good all the same. I would recommend this establishment for dinner and it is not expensive, but not cheap either. the bill for my wife and I (and we ordered excessively --, i.e. 2 appetizers, 1 soup, the fried seafood rice, a whole chicken, and two sangrias) and the bill with tip 15% was $87.00

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