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September 13, 20085.0
The restaurant has a classic homey Italian feel and the staff were very attentive.
I’ve had several dishes at Julio’s and have loved every single one of them.
The portions are very generous but not so much that I’ve walked out with a second meal.
The Chicken Country is a wonderful dish with a light sauce and plenty of flavor. The chicken was moist, the sausage added a little kick and the roasted peppers and potato made for a perfect compliment of color and texture.
The Lomo Saltado (Steak & Fried Potato) and Chicken Saltdao (Same but with Chicken) are both excellent Peruvian style dishes. The sauce is an excellent reduction with a Peruvian Flare.
The gnocchi and tortellini dishes both had just the right amount of “bite” as the Italians would say.
The bruschetta and chopped salad were perfect starters.
August 19, 20121.0
The food, from cans or cooked weekly in a microwave, varies from bland to disgusting, but not remotely disgusting as the cologne soaked aging gigolo of an owner who will pause sticking fingers in your food only long enough to aggressively confront you for not enjoying his horrible food, asking if there was a problem, then arguing with you upon receipt of your assessment.
Only a complete fool would eat at this pretentious, gaudy strip mall filth test.
September 9, 20085.0
My girlfriends and I LOVE this place. Great ambiance, awesome food and Julio is so great to talk to. They have the best chicken country I’ve ever had. It’s like homemade cooking but much better!
I work out for a week just so I can have the chicken country here. The chicken is moist, the potato has a bit of crisp to it. The sausage is tender and bursting with flavor. Truly and amazing dish.
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