Choose from traditional Peruvian dishes ranging from ceviche to beef-rib stew
What You'll Get
- Peruvian Dinner for Two People: Valid Monday - Friday
- Peruvian Dinner for Two People: Valid Saturday and Sunday
- Peruvian Dinner for Four People: Valid Monday - Friday
- Peruvian Dinner for Four People: Valid Saturday and Sunday
See the menu here.
The Fine Print
About 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.