Las Vinas Peruvian Cuisine
About this Business
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The food and service was fantastic. The place was beautifully decorated & the prices extremely reasonable. I went for brunch with my mother and daughter; we had steak and eggs, omelette and the typical Peruvian breakfast which were all extremely tasty!
The place is very pretty and our server was very nice. That's the only reason I gave it 2 stars. Food was ok to good. Definitely not worth the high prices. Service was really slow (but to their credit, they make everything from scratch as you order). Nonetheless, really slow and we were 1 of 2 tables being served. White sangria was wack! Anyway, I do not recommend this place.
I went here for Sunday brunch! I ordered the Peruvian breakfast for two! It comes with plenty food to feed two people! I also ordered the passion fruit juice and a espresso! keep in mind, when you order the espresso, it is a very small cup.
Food was spectacular and service was as well. Everything appeared made to order perfectly seasoned and eating was a true pleasure. Music fantastic. Me and my girl even danced a salsa. Would recommend to all who are interested in trying Peruvian cuisine.
The food is delicious.
The owner and his staff are wonderful
Food, Service and Sangria was Excellent.
Really good food , nice small place!
If you absolutely love Peruvian cuisine, get this Groupon deal and you won’t regret it! The atmosphere here during the week is usually empty and quiet. The lomo saltado is my go to meal! Hands down it is always made fresh and cooked to your liking, be sure to tell the waitress! They ran out of red sangria, but I had the white sangria which was surprisingly way better!
My husband and I took my mom to this restaurant for her birthday. Atmosphere was cozy and nice, server was helpful and pleasant, but found my dish and my mom's too salty for our taste...especially my mom's dish, which was the chicken cilantro dish. When the waitress asked our opinion, I told her, and she was kind enough to not charge us for that plate.
From Our Editors
Mark Astorga is a first-generation American. But as the chef and owner of Las Viñas Peruvian Cuisine, he draws on the flavors of his parents' birthplace, Lima, Peru. At the restaurant, which first operated in Manhasset from 2010 to 2013 before reopening in Mineola, he serves a menu of Peruvian dishes. Read on to learn more about a few.
- Jalea: Diners can kick off their meals with this Peruvian specialty, featuring lightly breaded shrimp, calamari, and sea trout that's fried until it's crisp, then served with yuca and South American-style salsa.
- Ceviche: Guests choose from sea trout, shrimp, or mixed seafood for this appetizer, which is marinated in lime juice and superspicy Peruvian peppers and served beside cancha, choclo, and sweet potatoes.
- Lomo saltado: This traditional Peruvian entree is composed of tender skirt steak that's wok-seared alongside onions, tomatoes, and a dash of cilantro, then plated with white rice.
Las Vinas Peruvian Cuisine