features Peruvian cuisine with the hint of a Japanese flair. The restaurant’s small plates are refined dishes meant for sharing, while the pisco-based cocktails are an attraction unto themselves. The two-story space is minimally decorated with wood tables, artsy walls and an open kitchen at the center of it all.
The LA Times calls Picca “exciting and electric,” adding that: “Picca’s menu delights with bold combinations of flavors and textures. Some dishes feel like they should come with cartoon dialogue: Smash! Bang! Boom!”
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