Peruvian cuisine is often categorized as fusion because of its long and mixed history, much like the reaction observed when catty girlfriends are left alone at the table for too long while you’re powdering your nose. Embrace the evolution of food with this offer at Machupicchu, and relish their chef’s culinary skill as you taste $30 worth of uncommon fare for $15.
Machupicchu might not look like a big place, but it packs a wallop in flavor. Seating just 40 diners, the longtime mom-and-pop eatery can be depended upon to crank out consistent, tasty dishes in the Peruvian tradition. Guests rave over the Lomo Saltado and award-winning ceviche available in no less than 17 varieties, not to mention their tacu tacu, the Peruvian take on refried beans and rice. Try standards such as jalea, a lightly breaded tuna dish; parihuela, a spicy homemade seafood soup; and tallarines, a homemade pasta that comes in many succulent combinations. But be sure to save room for dessert, lest you cheat yourself out of the full Peruvian experience!