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Peru's heritage of Spanish, indigenous, and Asian culinary traditions shines through at Uchu Peruvian Cuisine. The menu lists four different types of Peru's most famous dish, ceviche, made from raw fish marinated in lime juice, cilantro, and onions and served with yams and corn. The restaurant’s seafood comes in many forms, from mussels covered in tangy tomato sauce to fish filet atop seasoned rice and beans. Peru’s style of grilled cuisine, called criolla is represented in dishes such as shredded chicken in parmesan, and short ribs cooked in cilantro sauce. Uchu's chefs prepare each dish in full view of the expansive dining room, which is decorated with traditional Peruvian art.