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$46 for a Peruvian dinner for two (up to $70 value)
- Two appetizers or salads (up to $10 value each)
- Two entrees (up to $20 value each)
- Two desserts (up to $5 value each)
$84 for a Peruvian dinner for four (up to $140 value)
- Four appetizers or salads (up to $10 value each)
- Four entrees (up to $20 value each)
- Four desserts (up to $5 value each)
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Olibar Peruvian Cuisine
Olibar's roots can be traced back to Lima, Peru, where the owners opened their very first restaurant. More than two decades later, the family has found a home for their innovative Peruvian recipes in New York. Here, the only downside is that you can't eat all the dishes at once. It's not a bad idea to start with the seco de carne, a beef-rib stew poured beside a Machu Picchu-sized portion of rice. The pollo saltado is another winner, with its mixture of shredded chicken, red onions, and tomatoes in a Peruvian-style soy sauce inspired by the cuisine's historically Japanese leanings. There are seafood dishes as well,and moist, milk-based cakes layered with cream frosting.