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PRICE RANGE
$5 - $15
CUISINES
Peruvian, Latin, Contemporary, Spanish, South American
Meals
Dinner, Lunch
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ENTREE
Aji de Gallina
A delicious Peruvian classic, shredded chicken in a yellow cream sauce made from walnuts and Amarillo peppers. Served with White Rice
USD 12
Carne a la Plancha
Grilled Steak, a classic in most nations but Peruvians do it in style by topping it with a Chimichurri sauce and a fried egg. Served with fries, White Rice and Maduro Frito on the side
USD 13
Ceviche
Another Peruvian favorite, fresh raw fish cured in the citrus acids of fresh limes and garnished with onions, lettuce, peppers and spices. Served with Peruvian Corn and Sweet Potatoes
USD 12
Empanada
Two turnovers filled with beef, olives, eggs and Peruvian spices. A Peruvian twist to the famous South American finger food
USD 7
Lomo Saltado
Traditional Peruvian stir fry with strips of marinated steak cooked with onions and tomatoes in a soy sauce combined with Aji Amarillo. Served with White Rice and French Fries
USD 13
Papa a la Huancaína
Your choice of boiled yellow potatoes or yuca in a cheesy Huancaína sauce. Although the dish's name is derived from Huancayo, city in the Peruvian highlands, this dish is from Lima - Perú. It has become a staple of everyday and holiday cuisine throughout the country
USD 7
Pollo a la Brasa
Famous Peruvian chicken, slow roasted over charcoals in a specialty rotisserie oven. Served with your choice of two: fries, rice, salad and black beans. Larger portions come with an increasing variety of Peruvian dipping sauces
Whole Portion USD 20
Half Portion USD 13
Quarter Portion USD 7.5
Salchipapas
Thinly sliced pan-fried beef hot dogs and French fries mixed together. The dish is served with a dipping sauce
USD 7.5
Sandwich de Chicharrón
The Sandwich de Chicharrón combines thick slices of tender and juicy pork shoulder meat with Peru's most important salsa, the Salsa Criolla. These are stacked in between a crispy French roll and topped with Sweet Potato chips and Cilantro sauce making the Sanguche de Chicharrón the most typical combination of Peruvian flavors you ever tasted before in a simple sandwich. Absolutely delicious!
USD 9.5
Seco a la Nortena
Thick beef cuts made in a cilantro sauce with aji Panca and served with Canario beans and White Rice and topped with Salsa Criolla
USD 11.95
RICE DISHES
Arroz con Pollo
Rice fried with Aji Amarillo sauce and cilantro. Mixed with Green Peas and Red Peppers and topped with Chicken
USD 12
Arroz con Mariscos
Peruvian Paella! A classic rice and seafood dish. Fried rice mixed with vegetables, shrimp and fish for a satisfying meal
USD 15
Arroz Chaufa
Peruvian Fried Rice with beef, chicken, fried eggs and vegetables
USD 15
USD 13
Tacu Lomo
Rice cooked with Canario Beans, garlic, and aji amarillo. Served with Lomo stir fried Steak strips, tomatoes, yellow peppers and green onions
USD 13
Tallarin Verde
Takes the beloved pasta dish from Peru to the new world. Sautéed harvest veggies, thinly cut eggplant, mushrooms and gently mixed in with a Peruvian Pesto and Spaghetti. Finally we bring in sun dried tomatoes, with a bit of heat from Peruvian spices to create a bold flavor that vegan or not you are sure to enjoy
USD 12
SIDES
Papas Fritas (French Fries)
Traditional Fries made from the yellow potato
USD 2.5
Arroz Blanco
White Rice flavored with garlic
USD 2.5
Frejoles Negros
Black Beans and Sauce
USD 2.5
Canario Beans
Also known as the Peruano yellow bean, these cooked beans have a mild flavor and creamy texture
USD 2.5
Yucas Frita
Yucas Fritas are the quintessential Peruvian snack. Similar to French Fries, but made with the South American Yuca
USD 4
Maduros Fritos (Plantain Fries)
Sweet and sticky Plantains are sliced and fried and oh so good
USD 3.5
Camotes Fritos (Sweet Potato Fries)
Fried Sweet Potato fries
USD 3.5
DESSERTS
Alfajores
Typical South American treat. Two cookies pressed together using creamy caramel like Dulce de Leche spread
USD 3
Tres Leches (Three Milk Cake)
Light, airy sponge cake soaked in three types of milk
USD 4
Flan
Popular creamy custard desert
USD 4
Mousse de Maracuya
Passion Fruit Gelatin. An explosion of taste in every spoonful
USD 4
DRINKS
Chicha Morada
A refreshing sweet-tart Peruvian drink. It gets its gorgeous hue from dried purple corn. Made with blended pineapple and apple and spiced with cinnamon and cloves, this sangria-like mocktail is the perfect summer drink.
USD 3
Coca Cola Products
Serving Coca Cola fountain drinks including Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Lemonade and Mellow Yellow
USD 2
Mexican Bottled Coke USD 3
Inca Cola
The Peruvian Soda now has a home in Michigan!
USD 3
Mineral Water
USD 2.5
WEEKLY SPECIALS
Specials generally run from Friday to the following Thursday and change each week.
Sopa a la Minuta
Angel hair pasta soup made with milk, egg, chopped beef, tomatoes, garlic and onion. The taste of this soup will haunt you for the rest of the day.
USD 8.5
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Reviewed January 14, 2020

I have been here about 3 times now and it is consistently delicious. I love the chicha morada!! It tastes wonderful and reminds me of being in Peru. My boyfriend also loves its unique taste. I've had the limo saltado, aji della gallina and carne...More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed September 1, 2019

This was my first experience with Peruvian cuisine and it was a good one. This small restaurant on Woodward, near Nine Mile has a lot going for it. In addition to good food, it's a casual and friendly spot to dine at. You get a...More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed May 31, 2019 via mobile

We ordered the veggie lomo saltado, pan con pollo, Chica morada, jugo de maracuya, patacones picantes and arroz con mariscos. The patacones picantes was the best part of our meal, my husband enjoyed his pan de pollo, my friend enjoyed his arroz de mariscos. My...More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed April 9, 2019 via mobile

We had pollo a la brasa (rotisserie chicken), lomo saltado (beef), and chicharone (pork and sweet potato) sandwich with an extra side of sweet potato fries, maracuya juice, and alfajore cookie. All were excellent, true to the same we've enjoyed in Peru! We will definitely...More

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed February 24, 2019

I eat here often whether walking in, GrubHub, or just picking up takeout. This is my favorite restaurant foodwise. Lomo Saltado and Aji de Gallina are my two favorites. These dishes are fantastic! They do not have a liquor license as of the time of...More

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed November 27, 2018 via mobile

Excellent option for Peruvian food in Michigan. The ceviche and lomo saltado are great. They also have local dessert options like três leches and flan.

Date of visit: November 2018
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Reviewed October 21, 2018

Family is Peruvian so this is a little bit of home away from home. The ceviche is delicious and the chicken is full of flavor! Every sauce is better than the next! A little pricey but that could be because I could not narrow down...More

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

I was not sure what to expect because I had never tasted Peruvian food. They have great reviews so we decided to try it. The pictures of the menu items were very helpful. The Gallina is aji amarillo was so DELICIOUS. I loved the sauce!...More

Date of visit: June 2018
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Reviewed July 1, 2018 via mobile

I heard about this Peruvian place, then it took me a few hours to go there. Loved it!!!! They are new, so there’s still a few things that could be improved. To be more specific, it’d be better if the food for all people in...More

Date of visit: July 2018
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Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

Tried a number one and rice with beans. So delicious. Both sauces were great with just the right amount of heat. My friend tried the shredded chicken and it was also good. We both enjoyed the purple corn juice. It tasted very close to mulled...More

Date of visit: June 2018
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