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This ambitious project, created by founder Karina Olcese, started as a catering business and has grown to include a café and restaurant in its repertoire. While still providing its signature catering services, the location we visited boasts a bright and airy café, featuring an assortment of pastries, and a restaurant that features the winning Lomo Saltado of the 2017 Festival of Lomo Saltado.
You can get a wide assortment of drinks, from natural juices to coffees, and teas. The lemonade (S/6.00) is tasty. If you’re a little more adventurous, try the exotic blueberry and mint lemonade (S/9.50). (Limonada de arandano con menta). You can also order the Bisanti Coffee (S/18.00), which is Bisanti’s special take on an Irish Coffee.
The restaurant is a great choice for a family and guests; the great food, good service, and clean bathrooms allow the diners to focus on the things that matter: great meals and great company. Generally speaking, the food at Bisanti does not commit the common faux pas of being overly salty. It is also not so heavy.
To sum-up our experience, when travelers ask where they should go to try some great Peruvian food, we will recommend Bisanti. The service, the bathrooms, and style of cooking are all well aligned to make a good impression.
3938700 – 955779560
Calle Enrique Palacios 900, Miraflores
Hours 9:00 AM – 10:30 PM
S/18 – S/25
Sandwiches & Burgers
S/12 – S/17
S/20 – S/25
S/19 – S/22
S/26 – S/39
S/6 – S/18
S/4 – S/20
Changes daily but includes:
Choice of 3 Entrees
Choice of 3 Mains
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