- $17 for $30 worth of authentic Peruvian food and drinks for parties of two or more
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INKANTO Authentic Peruvian Cuisine
INKANTO Authentic Peruvian Cuisine's chefs embrace the diversity of Peru's culinary traditions, crafting eclectic dishes from staples such as potatoes, peppers, and corn. Customer favorites in the award-winning restaurant include seafood entrees like corvina fillets in a creamy saffron sauce, which channel the flavors of the country's Pacific coast. The stir-fried steak and onions in lomo saltado bespeaks the influence of Asian immigrants on the region's cooking styles. Other dishes are more ubiquitous: parties can start by slicing towers of causas, which clasp fillings of chicken or tuna between two disks of spiced mashed potatoes.
Stone walls adorn the entrance of the restaurant, and Peruvian guitar and flute music fills the air. In the dining room, menus accompany crimson napkins that bloom out of glasses or nearby magicians' sleeves. Framed abstract paintings adorn the walls, surrounding the dining room in jewel tones.