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Peruvian Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30AM–10:30PM
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13488 Maxella Ave Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
13488 Maxella AvenueUSCaliforniaMarina del Rey90292
$$$Peruvian Restaurant, Japanese RestaurantToday 11:30AM–10:30PM
Sunday 11:30AM–10:30PMMonday 11:30AM–10:30PMTuesday 11:30AM–10:30PMWednesday 11:30AM–11:30PMThursday 11:30AM–11:30PMFriday 11:30AM–11:30PMSaturday 11:30AM–11:30PM
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Trendy spot for Japanese-influenced Peruvian small plates with a seafood focus & classic cocktails.- Google
"Seabass Tiradito- fresh and full of flavors Pacu ribs- YUMMY!"
"Really good take on Peruvian food."
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John Houser
11 months ago
Really good take on Peruvian food. We went for a dineLA meal and got to try most everything on the menu. I particularly liked the uni dish that we ate. This is a tapas style restaurant so be prepared to share!
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jonathan benoliel
a year ago
Sadly that picca and paiché are closing down , why we as customers have to pay the price by poor business management... Ricardo?
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Craig Block
8 months ago
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Siavosh Aghassy
a year ago
Delicious food, crazy small portions (especially for the price) and horrible service.
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Jesse Contreras
a year ago
Wonderful. Just wonderful. What a pleasant surprise. The food is top notch and the concept really works. Really helpful and engaged staff. A fabulous bar. And absolutely spectacular food. I don't eat a lot of Peruvian food, so the flavors were revelatory. Everything was really fresh, well seasoned and creative. My wife and I love eating out and this experience was a home run. Can't wait to introduce friends and family to this restaurant.
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Joel Arroyo
a year ago
Ricardo Zarate has done it again!! This cutting edge, Peruvian-Japanese fusion haven has blessed Los Angeles with the first respectable Peruvian cuisine I've had outside of Peru. I do like Zarate's other restaurants, but Paiche is far and beyond the Gold standard of Peruvian food in the LA area. Get ready to break that wallet as the prices with set you back a dime or two but rest assure you will be going home fully satisfied and craving to explore the whole menu next time around!
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Christine Tran
2 years ago
Paiche has totally changed my mind about Peruvian food. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Paiche! Co- workers and I came here for lunch during DineLA week. Since Paiche is more of a tapas style restaurant, we decided to each order different dishes to share. Here's what we had: Albacore ceviche- citrusy and fresh! Chicharron de Pescado- Batter was thin and flaky, fish was moist. Delicious! Seabass Tiradito- fresh and full of flavors Pacu ribs- YUMMY! Must order! (I discovered how delicious fish ribs were after trying the Skate Wing at Hinoki and the Bird) Seco de Paiche- Probably the most Peruvian dish out of everything we ordered IMO. It was a stew with fish on top. Very creamy in texture and love the hints of cilantro. Short Ribs- good, tender, sweet with light soy Beautiful restaurant, nice ambience, but service was really slow. Our server did not check up on us at all. We even had to flag down the busboy to get her attention.
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George G
a year ago
No doubt that the food is very creative and delicious. However the portions are microscopical and prices on the higher side.