Yes, this Peruvian spot on Great Eastern Street has a lot of foliage, exposed brick, and pisco cocktails. But really the best thing about it is the options and fuss-free nature of the place. Their long menu is divided into soil, sea, and land which means that you can zero in on what you fancy pretty much as soon as you sit down. If you’re gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, or avoiding booze, the menu has plenty of things you can get involved in. And, importantly, from the mains to the tasting menus, it’s all very affordable. Basically, Pachamama East is the kind of place that everyone should have in their mental arsenal of easy restaurants that are perfect for pretty much everyone.
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