They say eating at a good restaurant can make you feel like a king, but historically kings always had to eat in their castles and probably alone. Feel better than royalty with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Peruvian dinner cuisine
- $10 for $20 worth of Peruvian brunch cuisine<p>
The dinner menu includes grilled mushroom ceviche ($12) and classic ceviche ($16), as well as chicken topped with a creamed yellow pepper sauce and a quail egg ($15). The brunch menu features a carnitas benedict ($10) and grilled shrimp hash ($12) with two eggs and hollandaise sauce. Brunch is served until 1 p.m. seven days a week.<p>
Taita Peruvian Cuisine & Bar
Seasoned cook Jose Aparicio, affectionately known as Chef Pepito, puts his more than 20 years experience to use preparing authentic Peruvian dishes with an American twist, cooking inside a sleek, brightly colored eatery decked out with rustic wrought-iron chandeliers. He marinates his classic ceviche’s halibut in lime before mingling it with corn, potatoes, red onion, and cilantro, as well as sizzles up heartier entrees such as _tacu tacu_—bean cakes and brown rice topped with a quintessential Peruvian seafood sauce. He also riffs on classic Peruvian food with mushroom ceviche and spiced filet mignon with crunchy potatoes.
Behind the bar, which is inlaid with exposed brick, drink mavens craft Peruvian cocktails, such as pisco sours and the Mosquito, a variation of the mojito that’s amped up with Cointreau and fruit juices before being swatted, not stirred.
Good food, good drinks, good service...It is Peruvian flavors with a twist. We have tried may dishes and have not been dissapointedRosio W., Yelp, 3/11/13
My first time trying Peruvian food...SO thankful that it was at Taita.Nalene N., San Diego, CA, 09/09/2012
95% of 261 customers recommend
“best Pisco Sour in town!”
“The paella dish was tasty, but the rice needed to be cooked a bit more. The portions were also a bit on the light side. The fish was so thin that it could not be ...”
“The paella dish was tasty, but the rice needed to be cooked a bit more. The portions were also a bit on the light side. The fish was so thin that it could not be picked up with a fork alone, almost paper thin! Somewhat thicker pieces would have made this a perfect dish. At our first visit there, we sat outside. Our waiter forgot our appetizer, served the salad at the same time with the meal, and the fish was raw. On this visit, when the same waiter approached us, we immediately changed our table (diplomatically). Our sever this time was better trained, but as more people came in, she seemed rushed and we never saw her again. We had to ask another server to pay. ”
“We will be back. Thanks. ”
City Park West
1521 Marion Street
Denver, Colorado 80218