Pollo a la Brasa, commonly known as Peruvian chicken in the United States, is one of the most popular dishes in its native Peru. Originating from Lima, for over 60 years it's become a mainstay in the country - marinated, the finest herbs and spices brought together with love and care, then slow-cooked to perfection on a rotisserie.
Served with french fries and fresh salad.
In the mood for something different? Handed down generation after generation, these famous Peruvian starters are sure to whet the appetite!
Chicken soup, Peruvian style! Chunks of chicken, rice, onions, cilantro, and spices
Marinated beef heart skewers – served with corn, boiled potatoes and our special sauce
Boiled potatoes served on a bed of lettuce with delicious huancaina sauce
Similar to Papa a la Huancaina – boiled potatoes covered with a green huacatay sauce
A fast-food favorite! Thinly-sliced pan-fried beef franks over a bed of french fries
Marinated chicken wings with fries, simple and delicious! Includes salad
Ancient Incans, French chefs, Chinese immigrants, and Spanish explorers all contributed to Peruvian cuisine, a true blend of cultures and backgrounds.
A Peruvian classic – shredded chicken served with rice, boiled potatoes, eggs, and olives
Chicken cooked with rice and our special sauce of green herb cilantro, carrots and beans
A spaghetti dish of chicken, fried onions and tomatoes, marinated with soy sauce
A Peru tradition – chicken sauteed with onions and tomatoes, served w/ fries and rice
Hearty bits of beef cooked in a zesty cilantro sauce, served with rice and beans or potatoes
Top sirloin strips sauteed with onions, tomatoes, and french fries, served with rice
Poor man’s steak, rich in flavor! Fried w/ eggs, served with steamed rice and plantains
Charcoal-grilled beef, accompanied with rice and green onions in a tasty tomato sauce
Fried pork chops with rice and beans – a time-honored family favorite
Spaghetti with beef, fried onions and tomatoes, marinated with vinegar and soy sauce
Cantonese fried rice with beef franks, green onions, and eggs simmered in soy sauce
A classic stew of beef tripe w/ diced potatoes, peas, and carrots, served with rice
All along the coast, the Peruvian seas are famed for their diversity. Ceviche, in particular, has become well-known around the world for its unique texture and flavor.
(*WARNING: Consuming raw or undercooked seafood or shellfish may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.)
Boneless trout fillet cooked to perfection, served with rice, beans and creole salad
Fried tilapia fish (boneless) with beans, rice and creole salad
Fried seafood served with fried yuca, fresh creole salad and dried corn
A celebrated classic – raw fish marinated in key lime, with hot peppers, onion and cilantro
Same as above, but served with an eclectic mix of seafood (not quite as spicy)
A rich and complex stew of mixed seafood (fish and shellfish)
A rich custard dessert with a layer of soft caramel on top
Exotic Peruvian Fruit + Vanilla & Cream = Dessert Perfection
A box of delicious vanilla ice cream bon bons covered in chocolate
PEACH, MANGO, PASSION FRUIT, ORANGE
Purple corn punch
A golden cola from Peru – sweet and refreshing tastes like Bubble Gum!