Six years ago, Peru native Edison Pinedo moved to Miami. Soon after that, he opened Sabor a Perú, an Edgewater restaurant that lured diners with its authentic Peruvian cuisine, warm atmosphere, and consistent quality.
|Inside Sabor a Perú|
"We exist for our clients," says Pinedo. "We don't have any publicity; if we did we might get too many people [in the restaurant] and wouldn't be able to serve them all satisfactorily."
The restaurant's popularity has encouraged him to open his doors even wider. Sometime within the next few months, Pinedo plans to add more space and seating to
the restaurant, as well as other traditional items to the menu, such as pollo a la brasa.
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