favorite peruvian food, inexpensive el pollo inka, authentic dishes, great introduction, favorite restaurants, tasty culture, great food
The pollo a la brasa is the reason to come to this joint. Their lomo saltado is legit too.
Neat place and nice food. This is one of my favorite restaurants.
Hit mini-chain menu includes namesake rotisserie chicken and Peruvian dishes..
Totems of Peruvian history create the atmosphere: Plaster-cast walls mimic stone temples and carved gods, while art, textiles and photos festoon the remainder of the room. The cuisine is as lively as the decor and is anchored by the house special spiced rotisserie chicken. Fish and meat dishes are also offered--fish stew, Peruvian shrimp fried rice, or steak with fried egg and plantains. Saltado--sauteed tomatoes, onions and french fries--is available with beef, shrimp, mixed seafood or vegetarian-style.
Great great food!. This Peruvian restaurant is a great introduction into this tasty culture of food. Spicy green sauces pair well with soft breads, and the pollo saltado (chicken mixed with rice, french fries and veggies) is fantastic! The veggie version of this dish is equally tasty. Timid diners can get 1/4, half, or whole chickens, but those more adventurous have plenty of other options like the saltado. Servers are friendly and prices are good!
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