Seafood is king at this cozy, casual Peruvian spot, so start with the hefty mixed ceviche of fresh calamari rings, big shrimp, baby octopus and huge mussels (a value at $12) and move on to the family-size paella studded with every creature from the sea. Meat eaters will love the rich Peruvian beef stew and lomo saltado, tangy, tender beef strips sautéed with oniony tomatoes and topped with a heap of crispy fries. End with sweet, crispy plantains and amazing dulce de leche cookies.
|Venue name:||Taste of Peru||Contact:|
6545 N Clark St
|Cross street:||between Arthur and Albion Aves|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||EL stop: Red to Loyola. Bus: 22, 36, 151, 155.|
|Price:||Average main course: $15|
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Best Peruvian food in the USA, it reminds me of home. Try the Lomo, Jalea, Papa Rellena, Aji de Gallina and Arroz Chaufa mixto. Best hot sauce in the planet!
Excellent food; friendly, quick and corteous service; cozy place; entertaining and engaging live music; a warm little southamerican corner.