Went for dinner last night. The place looks very nice and the service was good. The lomo saltado was very good and the shrimp with cilantro sauce was just OK. The Chilean sauvignon blanc was a good value at $8 per glass. The papas a la huancaina was a big disappointment, at $9 was a very small potato with lots of sauce. It was barely enough for one person.
My favorite Peruvian restaurant in Miami. Great ambiance, food, service and etiquette and their wine selection is to envy!
3 of us went for a business lunch and it was 15 minutes before they even took our order! The servers walked right past us, not even a "hello, welcome, we'll be right with you" or similar comment. When the server finally came to our table, we made sure to get the full order in, the app and main courses, to avoid another long delay. We finished the Farolito Citrus Ceviche, which was delicious and featured an assortment of seafood. We rtold the server we had to get back to work and he got the kitchen to put on our entrees, salmon & mahi a la plancha with sides. All the food was terrific, very good chef! for dessert we had a dulce de leche, also very good. I would have loved some wine a Peruvian beer but we did have to get back and see patients.The food here was outstanding and the service very cordial, just slow. This might be fine for a romantic dinner, etc. but not for weekday lunch. We spent nearly 2 hours there! I hope Farolito speeds things up a bit, I'd love to return for lunch.