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Many qualities recommend the Peruvian fare at La Rosa Nautica, not the least of which is its small list of "aphrodisiacs." leche de tigre (tiger's milk), a tall glass of ceviche juice with chunks of marinated fish, XXX-tra spicy, will rev up any sputtering engines; leche de oso (bear's milk) is the same idea, only adding clam juice. The milk of the panther and the rhino mix beer into the brew to cure your hangover along with your libidinal malaise. But even if your equipment is working just fine, thank you, you'll appreciate Rosa's Sunday-morning Peruvian breakfasts, an extensive list of ceviches, and classics like fish stews (the cure-all "revival soups"); tacu-tacu, mashed fried bean cakes; and lomo saltado, beef or chicken strips served with fries and gravy.
Yo fui hace una semana y me aguante comer todo el dia por que sabia que iba comer comida peruana en la tarde. Te ponen canchita en un platito de jugar a las tazitas. Luego si pides entrada el plato es tambien chiquito con la comida esparcida para que solamente tape el fondo del plato. Me pedi un cau cau de segundo y la porcion fue decepcionante. Cuando el mozo me trajo el plato se le olvido traerme una servilleta y cuando volvio con ella yo ya habia acabado con mi caucau que sin mentirles no me tomo mas de 10 bocados, Como obviamente me quede super corto le pedi un arroz con chaufa de pollo para aunque sea llenarme un poquito mas pero sabia a arroz chino de restaurante americano...nada que ver con el del Peru. Por eso que siempre esta vacio, ponen musica aburridisima que ni siquiera es Peruanay aveces esta cerrado cuando segun su horario deberian estar abierto.
Waspy Europeans with their genteel hangover remedies — vodka and tomato, champagne and orange juice, lemon and bitters — might as well just grab an ice pack and crawl back into bed: Nobody knows what to do with the morning-after like the Peruvians. The folks who invented the Pisco Sour know that an even sourer dawn is best banished by a little hair of the fish with lime juice; we're talking the stuff left over when all the ceviche's eaten and you're left with just the milky, pucker-inducing dregs. Add enough dark beer or spirits to this quaff and you'll find your spirits raised considerably. At Rosa Nautica, a hole-in-the-wall Peruvian cafe nobody knows about but you and me, they name these concoctions after the milk and blood of tigers, bears, and other carnivorous creatures, but drink one of these babies and believe it, you'll tame the beast.
When I brought my friend Eric to La Rosa Nautica in Boca Raton, he immediately wondered if the tiny, Peruvian boîte had any connection to the famous restaurant of the same name in Lima, Peru. I thought it unlikely. The La Rosa Nautica he was... More »
Waspy Europeans with their genteel hangover remedies -- vodka and tomato, champagne and orange juice, lemon and bitters -- might as well just grab an ice pack and crawl back into bed: Nobody knows what to do with the morning-after like the Peruvians. The folks who invented the Pisco Sour know that an even sourer dawn is best banished by a little hair of the fish with lime juice; we're talking the stuff left over when all the ceviche's eaten and you're left with just the milky,... More »
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