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$20 for $40 Worth of Peruvian Food
The menu includes seven ceviches ($12.99-17.99), fresh fillets in various sauces such as creamy hot pepper ($13.99), and Peruvian-style beef fried rice ($14.99).
El Nuevo Tondero
To the chefs at El Nuevo Tondero, every clean plate in their kitchen is a blank canvas waiting to be dressed in the bright colors and distinctive flavors of Peruvian cuisine. The culinary team specializes in fresh fish, ladling whole fillets with creamy hot pepper sauce, mixing lime juice into seven styles of ceviche, and even juicing these ceviche ingredients into a soupy beverage of lime and brine called leche de tigre. They spend just as much time perfecting presentation as flavor, as evidenced by artfully placed shrimp resting on nests of fettuccine and steamed seafood rice arranged into the shape of Whistler's mother.
“I love the little spice in your cooking. My only recommendation is please buy a better quality meat for the lomo. It was awesome in flavor but a little chewy for my...”
“I love the little spice in your cooking. My only recommendation is please buy a better quality meat for the lomo. It was awesome in flavor but a little chewy for my taste. Also your server is really awesome she make us feel like family that's good. ”