100+ sold$11 for $20 Worth of Peruvian Food for Two or More at Inca's Cafe
290+ sold$10 for $20 Worth of Peruvian Food for Two or More at Inca's Cafe
330+ sold$12 for $25 Worth of Peruvian Food at Inca's Cafe
460+ sold$12 for $25 Worth of Peruvian Food at Inca's Cafe
210+ sold$12 for $25 Worth of Peruvian Food at Inca's Cafe
570+ sold$12 for $25 Worth of Peruvian Food at Inca's Cafe
Though decidedly its own cuisine, Peruvian food nods to the many conquistadores, Asian immigrants, and native people that influenced it in its formative years. Inca's Cafe’s chef opened the eatery in honor of her mother, and she follows in her footsteps with a menu of classic dishes. She makes chupe de camarones, a creamy shrimp soup, and lomito saltado, beef mixed with sautéed onions, tomatoes, and french fries. The selection also includes Inca Kola directly from Peru, as well as fresh juices and desserts. The traditional mazamorra morada is a pudding made from purple corn, a version of the vegetable whose parent fell in love with an eggplant.
The restaurant also channels an authentic Peruvian spirit with live dancing lessons. Instructor Roman teaches diners salsa dance steps every Tuesday between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., encouraging patrons to learn a new skill, meet new people, and practice dancing in locales outside their kids' spelling bees.