Choza Mama Restaurant

Food & Drink
3121 W Olive Ave, Burbank, CA 91505 3121 W Olive Ave, Burbank Directions
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100% of 2 customers recommended
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About this Business

  • Cuisine
    Peruvian, Latin American, South American, American, Mexican
  • Meals
    Lunch, Dinner
  • Price
    <$15
  • Cuisine
    Peruvian, Latin American, South American, American, Mexican
  • Meals
    Lunch, Dinner
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  • Attire
    Casual
  • Parking
    Street
  • Delivery
    Yes
  • Takeout
    Yes
  • Reservations
    Yes
  • Vegetarian Options
    Yes
  • Gluten Free Options
    Yes
  • Catering
    Yes
  • Good For Kids
    Yes
  • Good For Groups
    Yes
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Tips

3 Tips
Delete | 6 years ago
Ate here first time about 6 yrs ago and loved it. It is right across the street from NBC and I had just come out of a taping of Tonight Show and was starving. Peruvian sounded interesting so I gave this little unassuming place a try. Yesterday I came back with my wife after doing the tours again and it was just as I remembered. Peruvian is a little different than Mexican, so when my wife couldn't decide what to order they gave her a sample of a few of the popular dishes to try. This place is not at all fancy but I think that is part of the charm.
Delete | 6 years ago
As a rule, I go to Choza Mama for my lunch break at least once a month. Their Seco de Carne never disappoints! I usually have it ordered for takeout and the service is always very good. When you go, don't forget to order a side of Platano Frito & Papa a la Huancaina.
Delete | 10 years ago
A great little, casual lunch spot if you want something different from the usual uninspiring California blandification of ethnic cuisines. Although I have no idea how authentic this Peruvian fare is, I really dig it. It's cooked to order, tasty, flavorful and rather fulfilling. So far the best I've had is the Tallarin de Mariscos (fettucine noodles with seafood) and Seco de Carne (beef stewed in a cilantro green sauce). Still a huge menu to try, including the appetizers and sides. Enjoyed the original drinks -- chicha morada and maracuya. The decor isn't much, sort of like a fast-food joint, but it's clean, and the staff is friendly, especially if you have questions and want to taste a drink before ordering.

From Our Editors

Choza 96 isn't your traditional restaurant. The bright yellow walls and sun sculptures of this Peruvian eatery set the mood while guests sip cocktails such as pisco sours, piscojitos, Moscow mules, and pisco brandies. DJ-spun latin music gets patrons dancing when Choza 96 turns into its alter ego, 96 Bar.

The revelry is fueled with steaks accompanied by chimichurri sauce, rib eyes plated with spicy sausage, and grilled pieces of salmon glazed with a mango-pisco sauce. Meanwhile, those who want something a bit lighter can opt for Choza's street-food style appetizers, including empanadas, ceviches, and secret-recipe chicken wings served in chipotle or passion fruit barbecue sauce.

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