Machu Picchu

★★★★★
Peruvian food takes a few chances---unlike the decor---at this casual Lakeview restaurant.

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Daily 12pm-10pm

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I took my friends to experience Peruvian food in Chicago and I was taken aback by the presentation of the food. I am Peruvian and I know exactly how Peruvian dishes should taste or look and this place was a total mishap. I would not

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I took my friends to experience Peruvian food in Chicago and I was taken aback by the presentation of the food. I am Peruvian and I know exactly how Peruvian dishes should taste or look and this place was a total mishap. I would not

Pros: BYOB

Cons: flavorless food

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This restaurant is a great place to go out with your friends, family or to take your gf. Great intimate setting. We went there with a group of friends last saturday. Thank god we made a reservation, because it was full. We had a group of

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This restaurant is a great place to go out with your friends, family or to take your gf. Great intimate setting. We went there with a group of friends last saturday. Thank god we made a reservation, because it was full. We had a group of

Pros: Will take reservation for 2 or for 20+

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We had an early dinner at Machu Picchu and it was great. The restaurant's interior is awesome. It makes you feel like you are in Cuzco, the service was great, and the food was excellent. One entree is more than enough to fill you up I ordered the Aji the gallina and it was delicious.Price is reasonable keeping in mind that this place is byob. Machu Picchu is in lakeview which i considered the best neighborhood of Chicago :) PROS: Service,Great food at a great price CONS: Possibly parking when the cubs are playing

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We had an early dinner at Machu Picchu and it was great. The restaurant's interior is awesome. It makes you feel like you are in Cuzco, the service was great, and the food was excellent. One entree is more than enough to fill you up I ordered the Aji the gallina and it was delicious.Price is reasonable keeping in mind that this place is byob. Machu Picchu is in lakeview which i considered the best neighborhood of Chicago :) PROS: Service,Great food at a great price CONS: Possibly parking when the cubs are playing

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I took 3 of my friends to machu picchu restaurant, we were coming from a conference meeting in downtown chicago. Am from Lima Peru, but live in Chicago. I wanted to show my friends little bit about peruvian food. There were a lot of things

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I took 3 of my friends to machu picchu restaurant, we were coming from a conference meeting in downtown chicago. Am from Lima Peru, but live in Chicago. I wanted to show my friends little bit about peruvian food. There were a lot of things

Pros: SERVICE, BYOB, PARKING

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This was the first place i tried ceviche, and the experience was just horrible, first of all because the seafood had very tiny shrimps (less than a penny) and second because it had imitation crab, and third because it only had a few

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This was the first place i tried ceviche, and the experience was just horrible, first of all because the seafood had very tiny shrimps (less than a penny) and second because it had imitation crab, and third because it only had a few

Pros: parking

Cons: not real

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My husband and I enjoyed a nice dinner at Macchu Picchu last night. We were pretty hungry, so it was nice to be seated right away and to receive bread and aji (that delicious spicy and garlicky green sauce) immediately. Our server was

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My husband and I enjoyed a nice dinner at Macchu Picchu last night. We were pretty hungry, so it was nice to be seated right away and to receive bread and aji (that delicious spicy and garlicky green sauce) immediately. Our server was

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A massive photo-mural of the namesake mountain site and a bar-top stereo cranking traditional music hint at Peru, but the room could be any cafeteria. The food is another story, like a grilled beef heart appetizer, or…

 

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