Peruvian cuisine is held together with a few key staples, much like a child’s Halloween costume when mom’s not so big on sewing. Explore flavors a world away yet so close to home with this offer at Gio’s Chicken, good for $30 worth of Peruvian fare for just $15.
Rice, potatoes, beans, meats and a few other truly mouthwatering ingredients comprise the fundamentals that make Peruvian fare just so addictive, flourishing in plates like Bisteck Encebollado (grilled steak) and Pollo Saltado, a tender chicken recipe sautéed in olive oil with onions and tomatoes. Gio’s is known for their Peruvian-style rotisserie chickens available in quarters, halves or by the whole bird, but you’ll also note offerings including subs, wraps, and family specials that make feeding an army more affordable. When given the choice between the same-old, same-old, just say no. Why? Because you’re going to Gio’s.