From Our Editors
In Focus: Rincon Peruano
- The setup: a family-run Peruvian restaurant
- Year it was established: 1990
- What the menu looks like: concise and filled with Peruvian comfort foods
- What the dining room looks like: a handful of tables and a small open kitchen separated by a faux-brick counter
- Must-try dish: pescado frito (fried fish)
- People also rave about this: the lomo saltado, a type of beef stir-fry
- Aside from entrees, you can get these: pastries and Peruvian snacks
- Inside tip: It’s cash only.
- How to get here: It’s the third building off the corner of 26th & Capp—a small white sign hangs above the door, leading the way.