It was great food at a great price with beautiful presentation.
THE ATMOSPHERE IS VERY PLEASANT ESPECIALLY FOR FAMILIES. THE SERVER WAS VERY FRIENDLY. PRICES ARE JUST RIGHT.
they are really slow and disorganized, family owned with not much regard for making sure you are not just sitting around waiting. of course it was a holiday but we were not the only table not getting our salad till dinner came too. no refills of drinks. we would be asked how things were as the waitress walked by our table to somewhere else not paying attention to our response. They had a lot of staff that night and were all upbeat but too scatter brained to be attentive to the needs and wants of their patrons. Even desert was brought with two of three deserts at one time and once almost done eating those deserts our cookies then came, broken and dry. Very disappointed this time around.
We had a wonderful evening. We will be back! We would have liked to have a broader wine selection. The Pisco Sour was amazing! I hope they offer more groupons!
All in all it was a very nice experience - the only glitches (which would be happy to discuss w/ the owners) were the "new" waitress, but those can be easily sorted out in the future.
The bread served before dinner was very good, warm and tasty. The house salad dressing was delicious. Service was good. The waitress was friendly and helpful.
Enjoyed our visit and will return
Too many potato offerings
Keep up the good work. Yummy!
From Our Editors
The eclectic menu at Rosario’s Restaurant showcases the Italian and Chinese roots of traditional Peruvian cuisine. Chefs stir-fry steaks, for instance, and toss spaghetti with the creamy basil sauce in which Incan emperors traditionally bathed. Meals also incorporate native Peruvian veggies such as potatoes and aji peppers, as well as beverages such as imported Inca Cola, a popular Peruvian drink.