I stopped by twice before I found out they open at 2pm, if they feel like it.
They have no menus in English, and no take out menus. They are much friendlier to Spanish speakers. They do not cater to English speakers at all. On my third visit, the second visit on that day, I finally found out their hours. I waited inside for several minutes as the staff, a young woman, older woman, and a man, walked by me several times without even acknowledging me. When I finally got their attention, a woman in her late teens or early 20’s came over. I mentioned they might want to put a sign on their door with the hours, and she didn’t care at all about my suggestion. Basically she said that their customers know when they are open. I got the exact same comment when I suggested they might want to get take out menus, and menus in English.
I only stopped by for some ceviche, and when I first ordered it seemed they had it available, then when that was the only thing I was ordering, they suddenly didn’t have it. I asked if they cared if they were excluding English speakers, and basically was told they don’t care. They get plenty of business. No problem.
I speak and read a small amount of Spanish and can usually get by. I dated a Peruvian woman when I was in my early 30’s, and have been to Peru twice. I love their food culture. But as soon as I walked in the door, a tall, big, white middle aged man in a Hawaiian shirt and shorts, I got attitude.
All in all, I was offended by their customer service, and won’t bother going out of my way to go back. Especially with the lack of legal and safe parking. I’m a nice and courteous person, but don’t stand for nonsense. I haven’t been treated as poorly as that in many years, if at all.