1 Troppo

1 Troppo

Rocío Madueño and Jorge Fernandini finally witnessed their dreams come true when Troppo opened its doors, ready to regale its customers. The classics of Italian cuisine -artisanal pizzas, pesce piccata, and a wide array of pastas- stimulate the senses and surprise diners with generous and appetizing culinary offerings that do justice to the restaurant’s name: everything here is too good, too subtle, too delicious. That’s Troppo: an explosion of Italian flavors in Peru. You couldn’t ask for better.


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