MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
From its servers sporting hibiscus-hued tops and orange kerchiefs to its upbeat Latin music, Rosaliné looks and feels like a happy place. Chef/owner Ricardo Zarate shows off his Peruvian roots at this local haunt, where an exhibition kitchen and light-filled greenhouse-style dining room vie for your attention. The cooking also demands to be front and center. In addition to seafood, there are plenty of traditional meat-focused dishes, such as lomo saltado and adobo pork osso bucco. The comprehensive menu with an array of small plates and family-style items means that it pays to bring a friend who likes to share. The one thing you won't need to bring however is extra cash, as tips here are politely declined thanks to a service charge added to all checks.