- $25 for $35 worth of Peruvian fusion cuisine for a party of two or more
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Fusion Latin Cuisine
As the chefs at Fusion Latin Cuisine see it, Peruvian cuisine is fusion cuisine. The cooking of the geographically diverse coastal has been shaped by many different cultures: the native Incas, to begin with, and then waves of immigration from Spain, China, Italy, Germany, Japan, and Africa.
Seafood, of course, is everywhere on the menu, starting with a variety of ceviches. The signature version marinates its fish in lime with caramelized sweet potatoes, corn nuts, and a custom level of spice, making for a cornucopia of textures that gives equal attention to every kind of taste bud. There are also pastas, pan-seared fish, and grilled steak platters hearty enough for a gaucho. On weekends, guests are treated to live music while they eat, adding to the town-square feel created by stucco walls decorated with false roofs, old-fashioned lamps, and little windows and doors overhead.