Fusion dining, much like marriage, combines distinctly different entities to create a new whole and only rarely results in a “honey-do” list. Dine on internationally inspired dishes with this deal.
Peruvian fare seamlessly combines influences from the Incas, as well as Spanish, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese and West African cuisines brought along by immigrants settling in the region, leading food critics to call it one of the first-ever “fusion” cuisines. At Sabor Peru, a love for what they do fuels the family-owned business, and a menu made with fine ingredients makes all the difference in their variety of authentic dishes. From their signature ceviches to mouthwatering stir-fry and wok-fried rice known as chaufa, plus specialty dishes such as Camarones al Ajo and Tacu Tacu, one thing becomes clear: your first taste of Peruvian cuisine surely won’t be your last.