Peruvian Brothers Restaurant Washington DC

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Peruvian Brothers Restaurant Washington DC Quite possibly the best in the area for both. Authentic Peruvian street food. Plenty of outdoor seating.

  • Name :  Peruvian Brothers Restaurant
  • Worktime : , , 10:00am-6:00pm
  • Type :  Peruvian food restaurant
  • Assessment :
  • Prices : $
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Peruvian Brothers Restaurant Washington DC Address :

1601 Crystal Dr, Arlington, VA 22202

Peruvian Brothers Restaurant Washington DC Phone number :

+17036256473

Best seller :

Peruvian fish
galadito fish
hamachi
fried rice

dumpling dishes

Peruvian Brothers Restaurant Menu :

Peruvian Brothers Restaurant Menu

 

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1 :

The empanadas are very flavorful And you can’t go wrong with the price and quaint location. I love that they offer authentic Peruvian beverages like Inca cola and chocolo Morada…the young guy who fulfilled my order was From lima and I thoroughly enjoyed talking to him in Spanish while getting me some yummy empanadas! We arrived here just a little before 12pm And they had no empanadas ready up for the day but I’m not sure that this is always an issue with them. Their hours were incorrect so I just submitted an edit to reflect the fact that they open from 11 AM and not 10 AM every day.

comment 2 :

Until recently I didn’t know they put on concerts there at the fountain. After recently discovering the Peruvian Brothers: the Stand, I made an evening of it. Loved the food and Pisco Sour rocked. First time experience, and I’ll be regular eater now. Fast and fresh. Thanks!

comment3 :

I agree with others that price can be lower ($3-4 each instead of $6, though you can get it 2 for $5) However, empanadas were really good. I tried cheese spinach and beef. The sauce to go with it were good. And I like the fact that empanadas were baked and not fried. You can only have a few before you feel too much with fried ones (too heavy) but because they were baked, you can have more without feeling disgusted. My husband who’s picky loved it too! Fillings are good and so is the dough! Not too thick or too thin. Just the perfect layer and tastes really good.
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