From Our Editors
DX Peruvian Restaurant's chefs handcraft authentic Peruvian cuisine from homemade dough and sauces and locally acquired produce. Let the menu chart a savory sojourn beginning with the ceviche de mariscos, a lime-juice-marinated blend of fish, shrimp, calamari, and mussels ($13). The eatery's Peruvian classic dinner, saltado, builds tender steak ($13), chicken ($11), or seafood ($14) a monument out of hand-cut fries shaped like ancient Incan ruins. The tallarin saltado vegetariano plate blooms with bell peppers, broccoli, green beans, and spaghetti ($12). Diners can sink into the café's padded chairs and admire the wall art while sipping on the chicha morada, a traditional purple-corn beverage ($2.50). A finale of peruvian flan ($4) plants doubts in the minds of indecisive tongues contemplating their third retirement announcements of the day.