- $15 for $30 worth of Peruvian cuisine
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La Furia Chalaca
The aromas of fresh seafood marinated in lime juice and plantains frying waft from the kitchen at La Furia Chalaca, where head chef Maria Fiestas follows traditional techniques passed on through her family to craft authentic Peruvian cuisine. Each day, Fiestas dips into a pantry stocked with ingredients imported from Peru, such as the Andean dried potatoes she uses to thicken the sauce for her braised-pork dish carapulcra. She finishes off her menu with authentic desserts, including her mazamorra morada, a pudding of purple corn, sweet-potato flour, cinnamon, and cloves mixed with bits of apple and pineapple.
A second dining room, scheduled to open in October 2014, is a reflection of a new, modern Peruvian style inspired by the owner's artistic background. Here, guests may whet their appetites with traditional Peruvian Pisco Sours, wine, or cocktails from the bar, while enjoying Latin music.
78% of 391 customers recommend
“Expensive but good”
“The food was delicious, especially the ceviche. Happy hour gives you the opportunity to taste various food items. We”
“We enjoy the food the service was great the place is very clean and nice decorated..”