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Tito's Ceviche and Pisco
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Ranked #501 of 2,124 Restaurants in New Orleans
Neighbourhood: Uptown / Carrollton
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Neighbourhood: Uptown / Carrollton
Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

Best service during our vacation in New Orleans. The ceviche Nikkei was so fresh and delicately flavored with the perfect heat. Anticuchos de corazón was tender and delicious. The corn chowder was so satisfying on a cold day. Best chicha morada I ever had. And make sure you try dessert with Peruvian coffee.

Thank jestlvr
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Reviewed 22 December 2017

A small, cozy new family restaurant. Have had many items on the menu and have loved all. Love the Cucumber Moscow Mule.

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Thank Sheree L
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Reviewed 18 November 2017

this kitchen offers a true peruvian eating experience. using local seafood, the menu offers several very tasty options in both the apps and main plates sections. our party of 4 adults tried a little of many menu items and agreed that all of the ceviche dishes were excellent. the main plates needed a little more of the seafood pieces to better balance the rice. the desserts were all very good. the wine list does offer some nice pairing options. and do take advantage of the pisco cocktails. the service staff is friendly and very helpful at discussing the menu. it is a small place so best to make a reservation.

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1  Thank worldexplorer53
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

Went here for the first time and had a great experience. They were able to squeeze in three of us without a reservation on a busy night and also accommodate some low sodium needs for one of us. Had Ceviche de Barrio and Ceviche Nikkei, both perfectly done. Hanger steak was also delicious, served with fried potatoes. The veal hearts were OK but a little overcooked and lifeless, fried yucca was excellent as were the Pisco sours. "Cookies" we had for dessert were incredible, shortbread with some sort of fruit filling. Server (Chris) was very knowledgeable and attentive. It is expensive but we had a lot of drinks, without the alcohol I think that a couple could have a nice meal here in the $60-$70 range. Fresh ingredients for ceviche and the care taken in their preparation don't come cheap but in my opinion are worth it.

I really like this location (formerly Vizards and then Ivy), it is small but cozy and convivial, and has outdoor seating on two sides. Really looking forward to coming back whenever we need our ceviche and pisco fix.

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1  Thank thedoublee
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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Newly established Peruvian restaurant in New Orleans in the last 3 months. Not everything is in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Venture to Uptown N.O. and you will find this wonderful fresh food.
Run by Juan and his wife (both on the floor tonight) and a great team. Sat at the bar and just enjoyed a variety of Pisco mixtures (pisco sour a must), ceviche and appertizers. I had no need for mains after a full degustation. Ceviche Criollo( if you like it try it spicy), Pulpo Anticuchero (octupus skewers), Anticucho de Corazon (veal heart skewers), Tiradito de Nikkei (raw tuna with Japanese style infusion), Tiraditos de Maracuya ( salmon with passionfruit infusion) and Tiradito clasico.
Could not fault any dish. Fresh and superb taste. Had a good chat to the owners, hospitality plus.
Would recommend this place to anyone and will be back next time in NO.
Great Job.

Thank OzzieAJ
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