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“Wonderful Experience!”

Nazca Kitchen - South American Cafe
Ranked #204 of 3,713 Restaurants in Dallas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $20
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Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Reservations
Description: A fresh take on South American cuisine in a new kind of dining experience.At Nazca Kitchen, our menu is a diverse and refined selection of authentic South American dishes. From roasted chicken and fresh fish ceviches, to Acai breakfast bowls and specialty coffee blends, Nazca Kitchen is a fresh take on the traditional cuisine that has defined South America's history. And with every bite, you'll find that it is a history worth repeating.The name, Nazca Kitchen, comes from a unique, agricultural civilization that once flourished along the southern coast of Peru. The Nazca culture was known not only for their exquisitely crafted textiles and polychromatic pottery, but also their impressive system of aqueducts that after more than 1,000 years, is still in use today. The name comes from “Las Linas de Nazca”, the ancient formation of geoglyphs or etchings in the desert outside Nasca, Peru. Though environmental factors brought an end to the Nazca civilization, Nazca Kitchen wishes to continue the ancient tradition of fresh-picked ingredients, rich flavors, and authentic dishes.
Reviewed October 7, 2013

We never had any South American food, so went to Nazca Kitchen on Oct 05. The biggest plus point was the ease of access, just off I-75 @ Walnut Hill. The parking was huge.We were promptly greeted by the hostess, and asked us where we would prefer to sit. We chose inside as we were a family of four. Our server, Lillian was a gem. As it was out first time, she did explained what the dishes were. We chose their Butter-leaf tilapia tacos, tilapia ceviche, chipotle chicken sandwich , and the kids meal of grilled chicken sandwich. For dessert, we had raspberry passionfruit mousse, and the carrot cake with goat cheese mousse. It was one meal we all enjoyed. It was very filling, and we had the food packed, not in stryoform containers, but in sturdier transparent containers. Thanks Nazca Kitchen and especially Lillian for the wonderful service!

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Reviewed October 6, 2013

Good friend met for lunch. My first time and they were all seasoned vets of the restaurant. I had the Andes Burger and the Quinoa. Both were fresh and delicious. I found the restaurant to be comfortable, clean and the service was fantastic. Will definately go back.

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Reviewed September 4, 2013

We had the fish tacos (salmon and tilapia) with the Quinoa and Butternut Squash sides. The flavors of these dishs ranged from spicy to sweet. The combination was a delicious explosion of flavor. The dishes were healthy and the presentation was beautiful. The cost of the taco dishes were $12-$14. Our waiter recommended a South American beer, which was great. The atmosphere is casual. The decor is modern and clean. The restaurant is located in a shopping center one block east of Hwy 75-N. Central Expwy. on Walnut Hill Lane, next door to the Hobby Town Store.

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Reviewed August 30, 2013

It was my first visit to this place and I was really looking forward to it. However, despite the nice presentation of the dishes the taste of the food it's just not there. I have had the opportunity to eat at different Peruvian restaurants from casual to fine dining restaurants of well known Peruvian chefs like Gaston Acurio. Therefore, I have to say that this place doesn't fit the profile of a true Peruvian restaurant. The service is good but not great. Wine is very limited but o.k. The atmosphere is casual, modern and clean looking. All in all, I would not recommend this place if you know what true Peruvian food taste like, but if you don't know any better is great.

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Thank eieri
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

We discovered NAZCA by sheer accident.. We are thrilled !! This has to be one of the most refreshing, delicious, healthy meals we have had in a very long time ..It was beautifully presented and service was topnotch!! It is extremely exciting to find such a jewel,. ...cannot stop wishing we had discovered it sooner..

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Thank Katarinasea
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