Recipes are written in a language all their own, leading amateur cooks to confuse a pinch for a dash or forget that the chef's word for "water" is "salt." Trust a native speaker with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Peruvian Cuisine and Drinks
A menu of Latin fusion food blends Peruvian recipes and ingredients with Asian and European influences in dishes such as a mixed seafood ceviche with octopus, shrimp, and sweet potato ($15.95), a flavorful calamari stew of a seafood zarzuela ($19.95), and a savory meat lovers fried rice enlivened with colorful veggies and artful presentation ($14.95).
El Gran Inka
Created 15 years ago by gourmands from Peru and Costa Rica, El Gran Inka's only three US locations serve up a menu of fresh Peruvian cuisine featuring influences from Spain, Japan, and Italy. Since its inception, the restaurants have charmed diners across Central America and the United States with an impressive culinary and cultural celebration of Peru. The menu presents a contemporary twist on traditional cuisine, plating tangy ceviches, flavorful seafood stews, and tender cuts of sauce-draped meat on elegant plates. As guests sip cocktails made from exotic South American fruits and spirits or mingle over plates of succulent sea bass, the classy saxophone wails of jazz riffs and the ancient dead language of scat singing serenade audiences on Thursdays, Fridays, or Saturdays.
My friend got the ceviche and said it was phenomenal.Emily H., Yelp, 5/17/11
The decor and ambiance is intimate, romantic, a little dark inside as I mentioned. Halfway through our meal a dude started playing saxophone ...Jeremy B., Yelp, 8/10/12
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“Parrillada Inka is the best and the service is the best! I've been in aventura and in byscaine and I really love it,but the music was in Portuguese and that's the...”
“Parrillada Inka is the best and the service is the best! I've been in aventura and in byscaine and I really love it,but the music was in Portuguese and that's the only bad thing! (;”