This cozy restaurant, located in the Town and Country area, serves up authentic Peruvian cuisine at very reasonable prices. Using traditional recipes ... More
This cozy restaurant, located in the Town and Country area, serves up authentic Peruvian cuisine at very reasonable prices. Using traditional recipes and ingredients and a variety of intriguing spices, the restaurant whips up entrees made with Peruvian flair. On the menu: Ceviche de Pescado, marinated raw fish; Anticuchos, marinated beef hearts; Lomo Saltado, beef loin with onions and tomatoes and Estofado de Pollo, a Peruvian style fricassee. A house specialty, Pollo a la Brasa, is chicken marinated in a mixture of Peruvian spices for 24 hours then cooked slowly for at least two hours over hot coals, an elaborate process that practically guarantees tender and subtly flavored meat. Before dinner Tamales stuffed with pork and a side order of cancha, which are toasted corn kernels, will tantalize your taste buds for the main meal.
I love the chicken, some of the best I have ever had. The Lomo Saltado was very good as well. I am in town for a few months for work and go here once a week at least. I am white, non spanish speaker, so depending on who takes your order, make sure to check it.