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The popular restaurant in Williamsburg, Llama Inn, has landed in the West Village with a spinoff: a casual, counter-service sandwich shop. Located at 80 Carmine St., the tiny 14-seat spot comes from chef Erik Ramirez (Eleven Madison Park) who teamed up with restaurateur Juan Correa in 2015 to first bring Peruvian fare to Brooklyn.
Now in Manhattan, the team is serving up an array of sandwiches like pork shoulder with sweet potato and salsa or duck sausage with corn and chimichurri. In addition, other Peruvian dishes like the chef’s roast chicken or beef heart skewers are on the menu.
If you’re looking for lighter fare, take your pick at one of their tropical smoothies with papaya or quinoa milk ($9), which is alongside breakfast options like egg-and-sausage wraps, yogurt or oatmeal.