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Peruvian Restaurant Example

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Lomo Saltado is the most popular, traditional Peruvian dish

$15.00
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Firewood or charcoal are loaded into the firebox, and once the embers drop to the bottom, the coals are placed under the main grill.

$18.75 – $32.75
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Lamb cooked with cilantro and black beer accompanied by rice, pure of lima beans and bramble creole.

$17.00
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Leftover rice and beans jazzed up with a mix of onion, garlic, yellow pepper, and herbs. Topped with a fried egg and accompanied with the Peruvian bramble creole (“salsa criolla”).

$17.00
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Long pasta mixed up with spinach-basil sauce and evaporated milk. Served with chicken fried steak.

$17.00
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Shredded chicken with yellow pepper cream sauce; nuts, cheese, and milk. Accompanied with white rice

$17.00
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Peruvian fried rice dish. Sauteed rice and chicken with soy sauce and oriental spices.

$15.00
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Browned chicken cooked with rice, onions, garlic, and tomatoes. Unforgettable amalgam of flavor!

$17.00
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Chicken stew with vegetables, potato, and yellow chili pepper. Accompanied with white rice.

$17.00
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A wildly popular dish, Pollo a la Brasa (Rotisserie Chicken) is a marinated, crispy-skinned, roasted chicken taste explosion

$12.75 – $19.75
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Sauteed chicken breast with onion, tomato, soy sauce, with French fries and rice.

$15.00
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Tallarin Saltado

Long pasta or spaghetti, sauteed with beef steak cut into sauteed dice with tomato, onion, and soy sauce.

$15.00
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Peruvian Paella; steamed rice loaded with seafood and flavored with Peruvian yellow pepper.

$17.00
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Fish cubes marinated with Peruvian lemon juice, a touch of chili, sweet potato and corn. Loaded with fried fresh squid.

$15.00
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Fish cubes marinated with Peruvian lemon juice, a touch of chili, sweet potato, and corn.

$15.00
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The assortment of seafood and fish cubes marinated with Peruvian lemon juice, a touch of hot peppers and spices.

$17.00
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Salty-sweet and delicious Choros a la Chalaca from Peru. Served with and onion, tomato, lemon sauce.

$15.00
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Ceviche de Conchas Negras is a variety of ceviche prepared with baseball-sized black clam.  

$15.00
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Mixt of fried fish, squid, and other sea food. Served with tartare sauce and lemon.

$18.75 – $32.75
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Peruvian ceviche ingredients blended aphrodisiac juice with a light spicy flavor.

$15.00
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Steamed fish with tomato, onion, and white wine.

$17.00
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Long pasta or spaghetti, sauteed with seafood into sauteed dice with tomato, onion, and yellow pepper.

$20.00
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Raw fish carpaccio in a spicy sauce. Garnishes include sweet potato and boiled corn.

$15.00
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Cow’s heart skewers marinated with aji panca, cumin, vinegar and spices. Accompanied with several aji sauces.

$10.00
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Yellow potato, mixed with lemon, boiled egg, yellow chili pepper and black olives. Stuffed with tuna, chicken, or crabmeat.

$10.00
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Boiled yellow potato in a smooth sauce flavored with black mint (huacatay). Served with salad and olives.

$10.00
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Boiled yellow potatoes in a spicy creamy sauce called “huancaina”. Served with salad and olives.

$10.00
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Peruvian potato croquettes stuffed with beef, onions, olives, hard boiled eggs, cumin and spices.

$10.00
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Corn-based dough filled with meat (pork or chicken) and steamed in a banana leaf.

$7.00
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White rice.

$3.00
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French fries

$3.00
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Creole sauce; mix of red onion, Peruvian yellow pepper, lemon juice and coriander.

$3.00
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$2.00
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Peruvian soda sweetened with lemon verbena plant.

$2.00
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Passion fruit juice

$2.00
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The gold of the Incas made on ice cream. Andean fruit with a creamy texture and sweet flavour.

$7.00
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Mix of squash and sweet potato dough, fried on a donout shape. Served with “chancaca” syrop.

$11.00
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