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The Best South American Restaurant in The Bay Area 

The Voya Restaurant continues to attract guests as epicureans and critics recognize us as the best South American Restaurant in the Bay Area. With an enticing menu of South American favorites, tapas, and ceviche, see what past guests have to say about our flavorful South American cuisine by reading our restaurant reviews. Join us for lunch and dinner to experience our elegant atmosphere, ideal for business dining or social celebrations in Mountain View.
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  Guest   •   January 16, 2019

Godd latinamerican resturant

A good latinamerican restaurant which markets itself as peruvian and that offers some peruvian dishes too but which really resembles more a fashion mexican restaurant than anything else. It is not big, probably 8 to 10 tables but it has a large bar table that can accomodate single people or couples. The food is interesting and the flavours are very good. I tried the calamari and the seabass, and the former were very good but the latter was kind of tasteless, I actually liked the sides much more. In any case, compared to the options around, this is an excellent restaurant. I would come back again with no hesitation. As per the prices, it is kind of mid-high range. There was a good amount of people when I went (working day) and the service was perfect
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  Guest   •   December 07, 2018

Red snapper was fantastic

Red snapper was fantastic
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  Guest   •   October 30, 2018

Very good tasting food ...

Very good tasting food but all portions are tapas sized and ends up being pretty expensive. Wine is also on the pricey side with no budget directions. Wet had the seafoid paella, mussells, and baja ceviche. We thought the ceviche to be one of the best we've ever tried. The plantain and yucca chips a much better pairing then the usual tortilla chips that overpower the taste of the ceviche. Paella was also tasty but not much crusty rice at the bottom. Mussels were plump and moist and cooked to perfection (cooked but not overdone) With 2 glasses of wine we were over $100 for the meal. Hard to spot this place at night in the dark but this is a small center so can't get lost
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  Guest   •   October 20, 2018

Good wholesome food, decent ...

Good wholesome food, decent variety. Freindly staph drinks are on the more expensive side
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