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Pisco Peruvian Cuisine began as modest food truck in 2015. The truck, with its distinctive and delicious meals, quickly became a local favorite and outgrew its mobile home. Since expanding to a full restaurant in 2016, Pisco Peruvian has served the foodies of Cedar City with only the most-authentic Peruvian food.

The original 2015 logo on a food truck


Growing up in Peru, Octavio (Tavo) Ricardo Mejia began cooking with his mother at the age of 3. This passion led him to culinary school, and he learned from some of the best in the industry.

In 2001, Tavo moved to Las Vegas. Life eventually led him to Cedar City, where he started Pisco as a food truck. Just over a year into service, the Peruvian concept outgrew its mobile home.

In the two years that Pisco Peruvian Cuisine has operated in a brick-and-mortar location, Tavo has refined a menu that had authenticity at its core.



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