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Friendly and attentive customer service. Fresh ingredients and flavoursome dishes. A cosy restaurant but lively ambience, without being noisy. Overall a lovely experience and would go again
A great evening. Delicious food and great drinks as well as lovely service and atmosphere. Definitely will be coming back for more soon. Would recommend.
Overall our dinner involved great service and tasty food! The waitress was kind and really helpful, the place is cosy and the food is amazing!
Amazing restaurant - perhaps my favorite in London. Beautiful dishes, exceptional service, excellent atmosphere/interior design. The Cevice's are truly amazing, and have single-handedly derailed a recent fling with Vegetarianism... Henry
Really enjoyed it last night, chef Jorge made us some HUMITAS, a speciality in Quito which I had when I was there last year. I've looked far and wide for them in the myriad of S. American restos in London but to no avail.They were so good we (well actually I) had them twice. As a vegetarian I like to see at least 2 dishes that I can eat and as this was my second time I've had them both now! I would've liked to have sampled the Green Banana Soup but it wasn't available last time and because I'd eaten so many humitas I was stuffed to the gills even if it was on the menu! Sat up on the terrace both times as it's great for a bit of privacy, however it looked like a fab atmosphere downstairs too! Jorge and the staff are really friendly and when they're not too busy they'll come and have a proper chat. Loved the food both times and I highly recommend this place for something a bit different.
It was our first visit at El Inca Plebeyo and for sure we'll be back. Nice and cosy atmosphere with beautiful ceviche as starters. The mains were good. Too but not as exciting. My wife's seabass was cooked to perfection and so was my chicken. Limited but very good choice of wines. Staff was very nice and helpful. Perhaps but that's because I'm french...I would have loved to have some bread to slurp that sauce with the ceviche :-)
Fantastic Food, really unique flavours. The restaurant itself is beautifully decorated and even though it was a Tiesday night, the atmosphere was lovely. Our waitress was very friendly, helped us to decide on dishes and explained each dish. The food was unlike anything I've ever tasted and my boyfriend and I couldn't help but stuff ourselves. The seabass ceviche is a must and the quinoa pudding dessert is something you won't find anywhere else. The head chef, Jorge, came and spoke to us after the meal and gave us more information on his inspiration for the dishes. It was a perfect evening.
Service at the restaurant was fantastic, good welcome & personal care during the evening. The athmosphere at the restaurant is great, feeling transported to south america as you get in. Food was very especial, although dishes contained a little bit too much coriander for our taste, we liked the varierty of new dishes and flavours, new to our palates. We loved the plantain with homemade cheese and tomatoes. Unfortunately we were too full to try desserts! Constructive criticism is that the terrace could do with a bit of work and change in decoration; we only spent few minutes in the terrace. Overall great ethnic experience, totally recommended!
Transformative interiors took us away from London and dropped us into a South American evening which consisted of really polite and amicable staff, visible pride in their efforts and of course, the quality of their food. We chose all the recommended dishes and were left wanting nothing more. Except for an extra plate of chicken wings one of which had to packed for the journey home. We will definitely be back!
A delightful Ecuadorian restaurant in Islington, London that was a pleasing eating experience. The food was interesting and very nicely presented (pottery dishes, traditional woven cloths on the table). We shared ceviche with fried plantains and then the weekend barbeque special -- certainly enough for two people. The serving staff were very attentive and helpful, making good recommendations. The bill was reasonable (around £35 for meal and drinks) but they accepted the Gourmet Club card which cut the price to £25. We'll be back.