$15 for $30 Worth of Traditional Peruvian Food and Drinks at Los Cabos II

Central Business District

79% of 335 customers

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In a Nutshell

Peruvian-style ceviche, fried rice, and rotisserie chicken flavored with imported spices and served with South American beers and soda

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid on Monday-Friday lunch buffet. Not valid on 2/14/13, 2/23-3/8/13, 5/12/13 or 6/16/13. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for $30 Worth of Traditional Peruvian Food and Drinks

The menu features such flavorful entrees as peruvian shrimp chowder ($14.50), paella with chorizo and chicken ($28), and seco de ternera, beef stewed in spicy cilantro-chili sauce ($10.50).

Los Cabos II

At Los Cabos II, owners Hernan and Francesca Ruiz showcase a rich variety of Peruvian cuisine, which itself is an amalgamation of multi-ethnic culinary traditions, including Spanish and Incan. Their ceviche—one of the restaurant’s most popular dishes and a Peruvian staple—presents plates of citrus-marinated shrimp, fish, and octopus, all seasoned with spices imported from Peru. They also plate Peruvian-style fried rice, and they simmer a diverse array of piquant fish stews, including Peruvian bouillabaisse with white wine and bay laurel. LocalEats recently honored Los Cabos II with its 2013 award for Best Peruvian cuisine, and Talk of the Town praised the eatery with an award for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction in 2012.

To complement the cuisine, which was also dubbed the Best Central/South American Restaurant of 2010 by Westword, the duo imports a selection of South American beers such as Cusqueña and Cristal, as well as Inca Kola, a Peruvian soda. They also import authentic Peruvian folk art, which brightens up the low-lit dining room with murals.


Tips

79% of 335 customers

  • “going back :)”

  • “Great food and atmosphere and staff was awesome.”

  • “Keep up the good work, will recommend it to everyone”

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    Central Business District

    1525 Champa Street

    Denver, Colorado 80202

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