Look, I really love Pio Pio and I've been to a few of them now but there was something strange going on this time around. The food and the service was wonderful, didn't have to wait long for...
About This Place
Opened in 2009, Pio Pio Hell’s Kitchen is the latest addition to the Pio Pio family of restaurants.
Pio Pio Hell’s Kitchen is a departure from the original Pio Pio concept, with the same high standards of food quality and service that New Yorkers have come to know.
The beautifully designed, and architectural award-winning space, offers a modern but relaxed atmosphere and deliciously food.
From inventive fusion ceviches, to traditional Peruvian fare, the Pio Pio Hell’s Kitchen menu aims to please everyone.
We have a full bar tended by professional mixologists, that will make your pit stop at our bar, another incredible experience at Pio Pio Hell’s Kitchen.
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Peruvian chicken! MMMmm...I believe the chicken is prepared hours beforehand- that explains why it's so succulent...and why it comes out so quickly when you order. I've been here a couple of times...
I usually go to the Pio Pio on 1st (between 90th and 91st Street) but for Thanksgiving my friends and I decided to go to the one on 10th because it's a lot bigger. I called to try to make a...
Amazing service, great ambiance, and well-prepared food. For the amount that we paid, we were very happy with the amount and quality of food and the service. I'd definitely visit again to try out...
Whenever I go to a peruvian restaurant, I always order the lomo saltado as my benchmark dish. I mean also, what's better than french fries and fried rice?! Pio Pio's dish is a bit more dressed...
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