La Casa De Pedro

★★★☆☆
  • 343 Arsenal St

    Watertown, MA 02472

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  • 617-923-8025

About La Casa De Pedro

Hours
Monday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Tuesday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Wednesday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Thursday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Friday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Saturday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Great night out with family and friends. Wonderful food, great atmosphere and fantiastic drinks!!! Get teh ploatanos and plantains, the very best you could ask for!

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★★★★★

Great night out with family and friends. Wonderful food, great atmosphere and fantiastic drinks!!! Get teh ploatanos and plantains, the very best you could ask for!

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When I went here I was expecting staple mexican food, but it is actually more like traditional Portuguese food. The atmosphere was a little too fancy for me. The food was good - good portion size, however a little pricey. I like staple mexican food - a lot for a little!

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★★★☆☆

When I went here I was expecting staple mexican food, but it is actually more like traditional Portuguese food. The atmosphere was a little too fancy for me. The food was good - good portion size, however a little pricey. I like staple mexican food - a lot for a little!

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A friend from work recomended Casa de Pedro, she only had great things to say about it. I decided to to take a ride to the restaurant for lunch on a wednesday. The fish specila, mojitos and service was great. Pedro himself was walking around greating the patrons. I had such a great time that on thursaday I brought five friends for dinner and we all had agreat. We were greated by Pedro and his staff was very helpful. I returned on Sunday with three friends and we had a great meal and drinks. When you go to Casa de Pedro relax, enjoy the music, food, drinks and the service. Also, the coconut flan was delicious

2
★★★★☆

A friend from work recomended Casa de Pedro, she only had great things to say about it. I decided to to take a ride to the restaurant for lunch on a wednesday. The fish specila, mojitos and service was great. Pedro himself was walking around greating the patrons. I had such a great time that on thursaday I brought five friends for dinner and we all had agreat. We were greated by Pedro and his staff was very helpful. I returned on Sunday with three friends and we had a great meal and drinks. When you go to Casa de Pedro relax, enjoy the music, food, drinks and the service. Also, the coconut flan was delicious

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Everytime I go to Boston I visit La Casa de Pedro. The food is amazing, the servers are friendly, and the atmosphere is great. I reccomend that you go hungry because the portions are huge! I have been there for lunch and dinner - both equally impressive.

2
★★★★★

Everytime I go to Boston I visit La Casa de Pedro. The food is amazing, the servers are friendly, and the atmosphere is great. I reccomend that you go hungry because the portions are huge! I have been there for lunch and dinner - both equally impressive.

Pros: For first timers - the menu is very detailed

Cons: parking is sometimes difficult

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We went to Casa de Pedro for the first time and were very under whelmed. At first it appeared we were in for a very nice evening, the decor is a little chain like but pleasant, the bar area is very nice and well stocked. We started with the signature margarita and were very pleased. Then we moved no to eat?. The food came out quickly and that was the last positive comment. The veal with a mushroom sauce had no flavor and looked horrible. It appeared a mushroom sauce from a can was poured over veal that had been sitting around in the back of the freezer for a week to long. The quesadillas were warm, not hot, and had very little taste. If you work in the area and want to stop with friends for an evening drink, I would go again. I would not waste my money eating here though.

1
★★☆☆☆

We went to Casa de Pedro for the first time and were very under whelmed. At first it appeared we were in for a very nice evening, the decor is a little chain like but pleasant, the bar area is very nice and well stocked. We started with the signature margarita and were very pleased. Then we moved no to eat?. The food came out quickly and that was the last positive comment. The veal with a mushroom sauce had no flavor and looked horrible. It appeared a mushroom sauce from a can was poured over veal that had been sitting around in the back of the freezer for a week to long. The quesadillas were warm, not hot, and had very little taste. If you work in the area and want to stop with friends for an evening drink, I would go again. I would not waste my money eating here though.

Pros: Bar area, margaritas

Cons: food

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I speak for myself. Went there a couple of times for lunch. Food was fresh and price was very reasonable --most of them were under $10. I also enjoyed the music.

2
★★★★★

I speak for myself. Went there a couple of times for lunch. Food was fresh and price was very reasonable --most of them were under $10. I also enjoyed the music.

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I belong to a group of individuals from latin decent that only go to spanish restaurants. This was by far the most expensive place we've been too. For what you get it's extremely overpriced, there was no customer service whatsoever, poor prepared food and a rude, clueless staff to boot. It used to be a nice place at it's old Main street location. Apparently the move to Arsenal Street has affected it.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I belong to a group of individuals from latin decent that only go to spanish restaurants. This was by far the most expensive place we've been too. For what you get it's extremely overpriced, there was no customer service whatsoever, poor prepared food and a rude, clueless staff to boot. It used to be a nice place at it's old Main street location. Apparently the move to Arsenal Street has affected it.

Pros: parking

Cons: food, service, price

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20 minutes to get the order placed, that too after the pseudo-manager intervened and sent the bartender over to our table to take the orders.

Food came 40 minutes later, with no attention or update from anyone (forget about an apology). Steaks came well done when we had requested medium-rare, but who does one complain to when nobody is concerned.

The only time we saw the server/bartender was when he took the order, and later when we had to ask one of the busboys to sent him over with the check.

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★☆☆☆☆

20 minutes to get the order placed, that too after the pseudo-manager intervened and sent the bartender over to our table to take the orders.

Food came 40 minutes later, with no attention or update from anyone (forget about an apology). Steaks came well done when we had requested medium-rare, but who does one complain to when nobody is concerned.

The only time we saw the server/bartender was when he took the order, and later when we had to ask one of the busboys to sent him over with the check.

Pros: Parking!

Cons: Everything under the sun.

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I've been to this establishment a bunch of times and everytime I go back I leave more irritated and disapointed. Why do I keep going back? Because I work close. However, the last time was the LAST TIME. Service is horrible and rude. Food is nothing great and cost a fortune. They serve the same food for dinner that they do for lunch except they literally just the price for dinner. So I hope you enjoy a $15 quesadilla that is aweful. I would not recommend going here. However, if you insist on checking it out, save you self some time and travel and just throw $100 dollars out the window, heat up a $.99 microwave burrito, get a handle of rott-gut , and turn on the spanish channel; you'll have the about the same experience.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I've been to this establishment a bunch of times and everytime I go back I leave more irritated and disapointed. Why do I keep going back? Because I work close. However, the last time was the LAST TIME. Service is horrible and rude. Food is nothing great and cost a fortune. They serve the same food for dinner that they do for lunch except they literally just the price for dinner. So I hope you enjoy a $15 quesadilla that is aweful. I would not recommend going here. However, if you insist on checking it out, save you self some time and travel and just throw $100 dollars out the window, heat up a $.99 microwave burrito, get a handle of rott-gut , and turn on the spanish channel; you'll have the about the same experience.

Pros: it's nice and clean

Cons: everything else

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I just got back from lunch with a couple of friends. One of my friends ordered the chicken dish and she didn't like it. It tasted funny, we all agreed. The waiter who was arrogant from the get go asked us how everything was. My friend said it was fine but I told him that it actually wasn't and that she didn't really like it. He was a jrk. And the man who came to our table after was an even bigger jrk! He came over with his condescending tone and his rude words without introducing himself. Rob? Mark? Whatever your name is, YOU ARE RUDE. We felt awful and belittled. Not really a way you want to feel when you're paying for something. They even had the audacity to say things as we were leaving. Nice. Well...I was a frequent diner there and I won't be returning. It's ok food but it's not worth being talked down to and verbally abused.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I just got back from lunch with a couple of friends. One of my friends ordered the chicken dish and she didn't like it. It tasted funny, we all agreed. The waiter who was arrogant from the get go asked us how everything was. My friend said it was fine but I told him that it actually wasn't and that she didn't really like it. He was a jrk. And the man who came to our table after was an even bigger jrk! He came over with his condescending tone and his rude words without introducing himself. Rob? Mark? Whatever your name is, YOU ARE RUDE. We felt awful and belittled. Not really a way you want to feel when you're paying for something. They even had the audacity to say things as we were leaving. Nice. Well...I was a frequent diner there and I won't be returning. It's ok food but it's not worth being talked down to and verbally abused.

Pros: The music

Cons: Service is AWFUL! I cannot stress this enough.

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I cannot tell you how disappointing my visit to Casa de Pedro was. I used to love the old place on Main Street (went there the night I proposed to my wife!), where the food, atmosphere, and staff were wonderful. Now the place feels like Applebees, only much more expensive and with slower service.
My waitress didn't know what a Cuba Libre was, my food was bland and came out slowly, the prices offended me, and I found the staff cool and slow to respond to requests.

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★☆☆☆☆

I cannot tell you how disappointing my visit to Casa de Pedro was. I used to love the old place on Main Street (went there the night I proposed to my wife!), where the food, atmosphere, and staff were wonderful. Now the place feels like Applebees, only much more expensive and with slower service.
My waitress didn't know what a Cuba Libre was, my food was bland and came out slowly, the prices offended me, and I found the staff cool and slow to respond to requests.

Pros: Latin Music

Cons: Food, service, prices

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This has got to be one of the worst places I have ever eaten! The staff is some of the rudest I have ever experienced. It seems like no matter what the issue is, the manager does not care to fix it! I can honestly say that I will never eat there again! The prices are out of control for the food they serve. The food always comes out cold, after you wait about 45 minutes for it an the portions are so small you actually leave there still hungry, unless you spend a fortune for a few more plates. The drinks.....$19.00 for a Margarita?
They really get you! If you want to have a good dinning experience, don't go to Casa de pedro! I have gone twice now (giving the benefit of a doubt) but the second time was worse then the first!
As far as the taste fo the food......not that good!

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★☆☆☆☆

This has got to be one of the worst places I have ever eaten! The staff is some of the rudest I have ever experienced. It seems like no matter what the issue is, the manager does not care to fix it! I can honestly say that I will never eat there again! The prices are out of control for the food they serve. The food always comes out cold, after you wait about 45 minutes for it an the portions are so small you actually leave there still hungry, unless you spend a fortune for a few more plates. The drinks.....$19.00 for a Margarita?
They really get you! If you want to have a good dinning experience, don't go to Casa de pedro! I have gone twice now (giving the benefit of a doubt) but the second time was worse then the first!
As far as the taste fo the food......not that good!

Pros: Latin music!

Cons: Outrages prices, very rude staff and manager!

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i went last week with friend to this intent of venezuela restaurant and i did not like and i don't think i would come back. the manager was in the front with a bad actitud. ling wait to be attent. food doesn't taste at all as venezuela food................... plussssssssssssss it's expensive. the service very bad//////////////////

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★☆☆☆☆

i went last week with friend to this intent of venezuela restaurant and i did not like and i don't think i would come back. the manager was in the front with a bad actitud. ling wait to be attent. food doesn't taste at all as venezuela food................... plussssssssssssss it's expensive. the service very bad//////////////////

Pros: eat tequenos

Cons: everything else the price and service specially

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My husband and I went here last night and had one of the worst meals we have had in a long time. We sat outside thinking this would be a great meal. We sat with closed menus for about 10 min. until someone came to take our order. The manager (at least he looked like he was) was even standing outside and didn't bother to come over. Finally our order was placed. There seemed to be a lot of overall confusion about service and order. The salad was actually ok, but we sat there for a long time waiting. No bread, I finally asked for some. Waiting, Waiting, Waiting. Bread and food finally came out. I got a Quesadilla which was $15.00! For chicken and cheese. IT WAS ICE COLD. I couldn't even believe it. I never make a big deal about the price, but that was crazy. And it was awful. My husband got the pork which was cooked so much it could have been used as a baseball. We did see the chef....everywhere but the kitchen. He was standing outside, opening the blinds inside, I think he should have focused a bit more on the food. We sat there finished for about 15 min. before anyone came over to clear our plates. Once again, manager was standing out there. He might want to jump in at any point here and check with us or help out. The check did arrive quickly though! The whole experience was a day late and a dollar short. We will never be going back there, which is too bad because the decor and outside seating is really cute. The rest of the dining was awful. VERY expensive for what it is.

0
★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I went here last night and had one of the worst meals we have had in a long time. We sat outside thinking this would be a great meal. We sat with closed menus for about 10 min. until someone came to take our order. The manager (at least he looked like he was) was even standing outside and didn't bother to come over. Finally our order was placed. There seemed to be a lot of overall confusion about service and order. The salad was actually ok, but we sat there for a long time waiting. No bread, I finally asked for some. Waiting, Waiting, Waiting. Bread and food finally came out. I got a Quesadilla which was $15.00! For chicken and cheese. IT WAS ICE COLD. I couldn't even believe it. I never make a big deal about the price, but that was crazy. And it was awful. My husband got the pork which was cooked so much it could have been used as a baseball. We did see the chef....everywhere but the kitchen. He was standing outside, opening the blinds inside, I think he should have focused a bit more on the food. We sat there finished for about 15 min. before anyone came over to clear our plates. Once again, manager was standing out there. He might want to jump in at any point here and check with us or help out. The check did arrive quickly though! The whole experience was a day late and a dollar short. We will never be going back there, which is too bad because the decor and outside seating is really cute. The rest of the dining was awful. VERY expensive for what it is.

Pros: great outside and decor

Cons: expensive, awful service, gross food not prepared correctly or hot

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Being a native venezuelan, when i came to boston i looked for a venezuelan restaurant. the old la casa de pedro restaurant used to be an excellent place (main street). However, the new restaurant has completely forgotten its roots and become more like a commercial diner rather than a gourmet restaurant. the service was aweful, it took 20 min to anybody to come to our table and bring water (which they never refilled), another 10 min for someone to take our order (even our drinks), and about 45 min to get our food. I was extremely disappointed that the waitress didnt know anything about the menu and that being a latina american restaurant the service staff did not speak spanish well at all. we ordered arepas and empenadas. The arepas were cold, hard and the avocado was already black, the empanadas havenothing to do with the REAL venezuelan empanadas. my entries -the carne asada was extremely overcooked, the beans and rice were cold and uncooked, and the pabellon criollo was so so. moreover, the dessert selection was very poor. in conclusion, not only is this a venezuelan restaurant anymore, it appears the place has lost the touch with the costumers, it has become like any other fast food restauraants with bad service.

1
★★☆☆☆

Being a native venezuelan, when i came to boston i looked for a venezuelan restaurant. the old la casa de pedro restaurant used to be an excellent place (main street). However, the new restaurant has completely forgotten its roots and become more like a commercial diner rather than a gourmet restaurant. the service was aweful, it took 20 min to anybody to come to our table and bring water (which they never refilled), another 10 min for someone to take our order (even our drinks), and about 45 min to get our food. I was extremely disappointed that the waitress didnt know anything about the menu and that being a latina american restaurant the service staff did not speak spanish well at all. we ordered arepas and empenadas. The arepas were cold, hard and the avocado was already black, the empanadas havenothing to do with the REAL venezuelan empanadas. my entries -the carne asada was extremely overcooked, the beans and rice were cold and uncooked, and the pabellon criollo was so so. moreover, the dessert selection was very poor. in conclusion, not only is this a venezuelan restaurant anymore, it appears the place has lost the touch with the costumers, it has become like any other fast food restauraants with bad service.

Pros: nice place with plenty table

Cons: bad service, bad food, and extremely overpriced for the quality of the food

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My mouth is watering just thinking about this place. Everything I've had here is spectacular. Not the healthiest fare, but worth it when you're willing to splurge. The waiters are attentive and friendly, the portions are sized perfectly, and the food is extremely flavorful. Try it out!

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★★★★★

My mouth is watering just thinking about this place. Everything I've had here is spectacular. Not the healthiest fare, but worth it when you're willing to splurge. The waiters are attentive and friendly, the portions are sized perfectly, and the food is extremely flavorful. Try it out!

Pros: delicious food, plantains

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The food was fresh and delicious, with hearty portions and wonderful seasonings. The service was attentive without being overwhelming, and the owner, Pedro, was charming and accommodating. The tables are pretty close together, so on a crowded night, it might be somewhat uncomfortable. I can't wait to go back.

2
★★★★★

The food was fresh and delicious, with hearty portions and wonderful seasonings. The service was attentive without being overwhelming, and the owner, Pedro, was charming and accommodating. The tables are pretty close together, so on a crowded night, it might be somewhat uncomfortable. I can't wait to go back.

Pros: Food, Price/Value, Charming owner

Cons: Crowded, Parking on a busy PM

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Thank you Pedro for true a "dining experience". The food was outstanding, the service was great..but to watch Pedro 's passion is a rare experience. Treat yourself to this gem !!!!

2
★★★★★

Thank you Pedro for true a "dining experience". The food was outstanding, the service was great..but to watch Pedro 's passion is a rare experience. Treat yourself to this gem !!!!

Pros: food, service, Pedro

Cons: wish it was bigger

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While in Watertown, we decided to dine at a place called Casa De Pedro, a small Venezuelan restaurant on Main Street. We were first shown to our table by the restaurant's hostess and then greeted by our server. Service was mediocre and the food not-so-great. I ordered shrimp, my friend ordered trout. The calamari topping the trout was hard and chewy. Both dishes were not hot upon arrival. We were not pleased. We had only taken two bites each before we wanted to inform the server. She got the owner, Pedro. When we voiced our complaints he immediately became indignant, telling us it was impossible for the food to be anything but hot. He accused us of wanting a free meal. We offered to pay for drinks and apps but that wasn't good enough. He then threatened to call the police if we didn't leave asap. Ridiculous!

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★☆☆☆☆

While in Watertown, we decided to dine at a place called Casa De Pedro, a small Venezuelan restaurant on Main Street. We were first shown to our table by the restaurant's hostess and then greeted by our server. Service was mediocre and the food not-so-great. I ordered shrimp, my friend ordered trout. The calamari topping the trout was hard and chewy. Both dishes were not hot upon arrival. We were not pleased. We had only taken two bites each before we wanted to inform the server. She got the owner, Pedro. When we voiced our complaints he immediately became indignant, telling us it was impossible for the food to be anything but hot. He accused us of wanting a free meal. We offered to pay for drinks and apps but that wasn't good enough. He then threatened to call the police if we didn't leave asap. Ridiculous!

Pros: Good parking

Cons: Ambience, Limited menu, Only one restroom

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I have been to La casa de Pedro. I had high hopes. I was rather dissappointed. The paella had battered fried squids! When asked about this, Pedro answered that he had to cater to different palates. I don't agree with this. I know that if you make something great, you will have people coming from everywhere to try it. Be true and honest to the food you are making. The arepas were ok. The Sangria was good.

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★★★☆☆

I have been to La casa de Pedro. I had high hopes. I was rather dissappointed. The paella had battered fried squids! When asked about this, Pedro answered that he had to cater to different palates. I don't agree with this. I know that if you make something great, you will have people coming from everywhere to try it. Be true and honest to the food you are making. The arepas were ok. The Sangria was good.

Pros: ambience, patio, parking

Cons: , price, honesty

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La Casa de Pedro is our favorite! We eat there 1-2 times a month and enjoy it everytime. Having tried most of the dishes on the menu, we have only been disappointed once. Iwas just a bad night for the kitchen and staff. It happens. Pedro greets us everytime, service is attentive, and food supurb. Must start with the empanadas and end with the coconut flan for the ultimate food experience. The wait can get long after 7pm, but we always opt for the 2 seats at the bar to watch the kitchen do their magic ! Can't skip this place!

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★★★★★

La Casa de Pedro is our favorite! We eat there 1-2 times a month and enjoy it everytime. Having tried most of the dishes on the menu, we have only been disappointed once. Iwas just a bad night for the kitchen and staff. It happens. Pedro greets us everytime, service is attentive, and food supurb. Must start with the empanadas and end with the coconut flan for the ultimate food experience. The wait can get long after 7pm, but we always opt for the 2 seats at the bar to watch the kitchen do their magic ! Can't skip this place!

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I heard many comments about it so decided to try it with some guests: convenient location, good parking, average waiting for table. On the food, was good although not great as I was expecting: good paella (probably the best value), average churrasco (sorry Pedro, definitively NOT best in Boston as menu says), and other entrees just ok. Now the point where it really fails: LOUSY SERVICE !!! no high chairs for children, menu never arrived, had no silverware for about 10 min. after food was brought, so decided to stand and get it, to discover the staff chatting at the register, had no water served during all dinner, as a matter of fact, nobody showed up at the table at all, and on top, tip was forcedly included on the tab, We were so willing to leave the place that we did not even argue ! Probably a bad experience...

1
★★☆☆☆

I heard many comments about it so decided to try it with some guests: convenient location, good parking, average waiting for table. On the food, was good although not great as I was expecting: good paella (probably the best value), average churrasco (sorry Pedro, definitively NOT best in Boston as menu says), and other entrees just ok. Now the point where it really fails: LOUSY SERVICE !!! no high chairs for children, menu never arrived, had no silverware for about 10 min. after food was brought, so decided to stand and get it, to discover the staff chatting at the register, had no water served during all dinner, as a matter of fact, nobody showed up at the table at all, and on top, tip was forcedly included on the tab, We were so willing to leave the place that we did not even argue ! Probably a bad experience...

Pros: Location/Parking, Paella

Cons: SERVICE, SERVICE, SERVICE

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I've been dining at Pedro's since '98 - predating the snazzy dining room features you see now, back when ALL the food was cooked in the restaurant section, before downstairs, and when 1/2 the dining room was dominated by a large deli-style glass cabinet that featured fish and desert. Pedro fit maybe 8 tables in there.

The food is more sophisticated now, and there are fewer deserts - but I still can't get enough. The yucca is still stupendous, unique in the Boston metro area. Eeverything is delicious.

Best of all, Pedro still runs the show. In fact, he still remembers me - on the times when I've appeared with a date, and he was there, he appeared with a new concoction in hand, welcoming me back and asking my date's opinion.

Thank you, dear man, thank you.

If you like spanish food and love elegant food, you'll adore Pedros.

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★★★★☆

I've been dining at Pedro's since '98 - predating the snazzy dining room features you see now, back when ALL the food was cooked in the restaurant section, before downstairs, and when 1/2 the dining room was dominated by a large deli-style glass cabinet that featured fish and desert. Pedro fit maybe 8 tables in there.

The food is more sophisticated now, and there are fewer deserts - but I still can't get enough. The yucca is still stupendous, unique in the Boston metro area. Eeverything is delicious.

Best of all, Pedro still runs the show. In fact, he still remembers me - on the times when I've appeared with a date, and he was there, he appeared with a new concoction in hand, welcoming me back and asking my date's opinion.

Thank you, dear man, thank you.

If you like spanish food and love elegant food, you'll adore Pedros.

Pros: yucca, charm, quality

Cons: slow service

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The food was great! The portions were large and the prices were more than reasonable. We were quite impressed with the quality of the food. The server was very nice.

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★★★★★

The food was great! The portions were large and the prices were more than reasonable. We were quite impressed with the quality of the food. The server was very nice.

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Great service, incredible food, good prices! The chef came out to talk to us, and the food was authentic, creative and fresh. They've shortened the name to "La Casa de Pedro" too.

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★★★★★

Great service, incredible food, good prices! The chef came out to talk to us, and the food was authentic, creative and fresh. They've shortened the name to "La Casa de Pedro" too.

Pros: Inexpensive, Authentic Venezuelan, Great service

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The food at Pedro's is utterly fantastic. Authentic Venezuelan (think Cuban meets Jamaican). Everything was well seasoned, even the stuff I asked for extra hot. Yummy.

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★★★★★

The food at Pedro's is utterly fantastic. Authentic Venezuelan (think Cuban meets Jamaican). Everything was well seasoned, even the stuff I asked for extra hot. Yummy.

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I had an absolutely fantastic meal here. Pedro himself came out to make sure our group was enjoying our meal. Nice touch! We had an assortment of great entrees: paealla, flank steak, veal, sea bass, salmon. All were great, cooked to perfection. The entrees that promised to deliver a little kick of flavor certainly lived up to their promise. Accompaniments were also tasty. When his plate arrived in front of him, one of my buddies looked down and responded "Jackpot" and it was. All they need is a larger dining room (although the patio certainly helps) so that all the hungry people can feast. The waitstaff was very outgoing. Even the line cooks and busboys cheerfully wished us well as we headed out.

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★★★★★

I had an absolutely fantastic meal here. Pedro himself came out to make sure our group was enjoying our meal. Nice touch! We had an assortment of great entrees: paealla, flank steak, veal, sea bass, salmon. All were great, cooked to perfection. The entrees that promised to deliver a little kick of flavor certainly lived up to their promise. Accompaniments were also tasty. When his plate arrived in front of him, one of my buddies looked down and responded "Jackpot" and it was. All they need is a larger dining room (although the patio certainly helps) so that all the hungry people can feast. The waitstaff was very outgoing. Even the line cooks and busboys cheerfully wished us well as we headed out.

Pros: Fantastic Food, Friendly staff, local

Cons: small

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The generous portions melt in your mouth. The small wine list is chock full of reasonably priced selections to compliment your meal. The "mixed grill" type option lets you sample a bit of everything: great for a first timer. The fish is the freshest and perfectly seasoned. Hats off to Pedro!

The only area for improvement is in seating: they need more space. If they can't expand, at least suggest the hostess give reasonable estimates for waiting times. The patio should alleviate some of this during the summer.

2
★★★★★

The generous portions melt in your mouth. The small wine list is chock full of reasonably priced selections to compliment your meal. The "mixed grill" type option lets you sample a bit of everything: great for a first timer. The fish is the freshest and perfectly seasoned. Hats off to Pedro!

The only area for improvement is in seating: they need more space. If they can't expand, at least suggest the hostess give reasonable estimates for waiting times. The patio should alleviate some of this during the summer.

Pros: Food is great, wine list, good service

Cons: small, bad seating estimates

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Generous portions of uniquely styled Venezualen food at a reasonable price. This place has it all (except for a larger dining room-- with the ice cream store gone next door, any chance you could expand, Pedro?) The owner is there everyday and regularly comes out to greet his guests. He is truly a culinary genius. Staff is friendly and efficient although doesn't always handle the wait for tables as effectively as possible.

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★★★★★

Generous portions of uniquely styled Venezualen food at a reasonable price. This place has it all (except for a larger dining room-- with the ice cream store gone next door, any chance you could expand, Pedro?) The owner is there everyday and regularly comes out to greet his guests. He is truly a culinary genius. Staff is friendly and efficient although doesn't always handle the wait for tables as effectively as possible.

Pros: Food, Wine list, staff

Cons: small dining area

 

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