This is an interesting place, and if you are looking for exotic atmosphere...keep looking. It is what it is as far as the physical aspects of the space: It is a cross-cultural restaurant located in a strip mall.
Our server was brusque, just this side of rude, actually. I got the impression that our very presence there was tedious for him, and we were boring him, to boot.
So, with that out of the way--go for the food. Specifically, go for for the tastes and flavors of this food. Delicious doesn't really describe it, because a nice steak at Ruth Chris is truly delicious. My husband's steak at El Gaucho Inca was special, because it was different, came perfectly cooked with a very unique sauce, and tasted fantastic. I ordered Pescado a lo Macho, a Peruvian dish. It is a variety of seafood--scallops, fin fish, mussels in their shells, octopus, shrimp--sauteed and served enveloped a heavenly, slightly spicy, cream sauce with a side of rice. It was sublime. (Always go with the house specialty, I say.)
Our mixed seafood ceviche appitizer was also delightful, with varied fish & shellfish, some white harmony plus (I swear to God) some less dense version of corn nuts off to the side, and--inexplicably and almost comically--a couple of slices of sweet potato. I have no idea if this is a traditional Peruvian touch to ceviche, but we giggled and ate it. It was good. So there's that.
We did order dessert, and my husband enjoyed his tres leche cake. My chocolate & caramel cake was fine, but I honestly wish I had ended my meal with the taste of that amazing entree.
Go to this restaurant for the way the food tastes. You and your taste buds will not regret it for a moment.
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