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Posted by mizy kim on 07/10/2008
After my trip to Peru, I tried almost every Peruvian restaurant in town to relive my experience, but no restaurant hit the spot like Pio Pio did. Every bite in every dish has so much flavor, that even when you're full, you can't stop eating. If you like seafood, you must try the Jalea. The portions are very big that you only have to order a few dishes for a large group. And do not worry about spending lots of money. This restaurant is totally affordable!
Posted by LESFoddie on 06/13/2008
I went there last night for dinner with couple friends. It was my first time there and it definitely wont be my last time either. The food was amazing. We ordered the combo that came with chicken, avocado salad, fries, fried plantain, and some rice with beans. The chicken and rice was my favorite .
Posted by Anonymous on 04/27/2008
Ate there with some friends on Sat. afternoon. We ordered the matador combo, which was more than enough for three persons. Everything was very good and satisfying. Even the salchipapa was good. Basically it is broiled hotdog on top of a bed of French fries. I am very particular about hotdog as it's usually very salty however, whatever brand they use, was very good. Also enjoyed the desserts very much. I was slightly disappointed that they did not offer decaffeinated coffee. The only choices were regular coffee and a variety of teas. The service was good. Minor complaint was that we had to constantly request that water glass be refilled. Since we only drank water, I felt that the waiter could have checked more often to refill the glass. This relates to the other tables as well. Overall, highly recommend. BTW, the music that played was Spanish, which added to the ambiance.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2008
I ate at the 34th Street location. The food was good, but we had to suffer extremely loud, tinny-sounding '80s pop that was played the whole time we were there. Listening to Footloose and Come on Feel the Noize while drinking Sangria was, er, interesting.