In this section we present the best dishes of our restaurant menu. specially selected by our cheff
Recomendaciones del Chef
Parihuela Mixta 15.50
A traditional Peruvian soup, made with shrimp, fish, calamari, octopus and mussels.
Arroz a la Lecha 17.99
Green rice topped with shrimps on a cilantro creamy cheese sauce.
Salmon a la Parrilla 15.99
Grilled salmon. Served with fried potato and steamed rice or vegetables.
Lomo a lo Macho 18.50
Grilled beef, topped with a variety of seafood, sauteed in a creamy sauce. Served with steamed rice.
New York a la Parrilla 17.99
New your steak, served with steamed rice, French fries or vegetables.
Saltado Mixto Especial Pollo Carne y Camaron 16.99
Chicken, beef and shrimp strips sauteed with onions, tomatoes, French fries and soy sauce. Served with steamed rice.
Tallarin Verde con Salmon 16.99
Spaghetti in a creamy spinach and basil sauce with salmon.
Tallarin Verde con New York 17.99
Spaghetti in a creamy spinach and basil sauce with new your steak.
Parrilla el hornero$37.99
Jalea Mixta (Family)$36.75
Piqueo Frio el Hornero$34.75
Saltado de Camaron$17.99
Chaufa de Camaron$17.99
Tallarin Saltado de Camaron$17.99
Ceviche de Camaron$17.99
Salmon de la Casa con Camarones$18.25
Papa a La Huancaina 4.99
Boiled potatoes, topped with a creamy cheese sauce and yellow peruvian chili.
Tiradito De Pescado 13.99
Strips of fish marinated in lime juice with aji amarillo (hot sauce).
Ceviche De Pescado 13.99
White fish marinated in lime juice with onion. Served with sweet potatoes and cancha.
Ceviche Mixto 14.50
White fish with variety of seafood, marinated in lime juice with onions and Aji Limo. Served with potatoes and cancha.
Ensalada Casera 8.50
A combination of lettuce, tomato, cucumber, radishes, egg, avocado and grilled chicken breast.
Jalea Mixta (1 Person) 15.25
1 person. Fried fish and seafood. Served with salsa criolla and yuca.
Yuquitas a la Huancaina 6.50
A portion of fried yuca. Served with a cream cheese (huancaina sauce).
Anticuchos de Corazon 9.99
3 grilled beef heart brochette. Served with fried potato.
Sopa Criolla 8.99
Small chunks of beef in a light broth with angel hair noodle.
Dieta de Pollo 7.99
Small chunks of chicken in a light broth with angel hair noodle and potato.
Aguadito de Pollo 7.99
Small chunks of chicken in a cilantro broth, made with rice, green peas, carrots and boiled potatoes.
Sopa de Pollo 7.99
Small chunks of chicken in a light broth with spaghetti, boiled potatoes and egg.
Saltado de Pollo 11.99
Chicken strips sauteed with onions, tomatoes, French fries and soy sauce. Served with steamed rice.
Chaufa de Pollo 11.99
Fried rice prepared with soy sauce green onions, egg and slices of chicken.
Pollo a lo Pobre 14.99
Grilled chicken breast, topped with fried egg and fried plantains. Served with French fries and steam rice.
Pollo al Grill 13.50
grilled chicken breast, served with fries, steamed rice and salad
The dish is typically made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, such as lemon or lime, and spiced with ají or chili peppers. Additional seasonings, such as chopped onions, salt, and cilantro, may also be added. Ceviche is usually accompanied by side dishes that complement its flavors, such as sweet potato, lettuce or corn. As the dish is not cooked with heat, it must be prepared fresh to minimize the risk of food poisoning.
Along with an archaeological record suggesting the consumption of a food similar to ceviche nearly 2,000 years ago, some of the historians believe the predecessor to the dish was brought to Peru by Moorish women from Granada, who accompanied the Spanish conquistadors and colonizers, and this dish eventually evolved into what now is considered ceviche.
Peruvian chef Gastón Acurio further explains the dominant position that Lima held through four centuries as the capital of the Viceroyalty of Peru allowed for popular dishes such as ceviche to be brought to other Spanish colonies in the region, and in time they became a part of local cuisine by incorporating regional flavors and styles.
Ceviche is nowadays a popular international dish prepared in a variety of ways throughout the Americas, reaching the United States in the 1980s. The greatest variety of ceviches are found in Perú, Ecuador and Colombia but other distinctly unique styles can also be found in coastal Honduras, El Salvador, Belize, Guatemala, the United States, Mexico, Panama, the Caribbean, and several other nations.
Fish & SeaFood
Arroz Chaufa de Mariscos 15.99
Seafood with fried rice, green onions, soy sauce and fried eggs.
Pescado a lo Macho 15.99
Fried fish fillet, topped with a variety of seafood, sauteed in a spicy creamy sauce.
Pescado a la Plancha 12.99
Grilled fish fillet. Served with French fries, or rice and salad.
Saltado de Mariscos 15.99
Your choice of seafood or shrimp. Served with rice and French fries.
Lomo Saltado is a popular, traditional Peruvian dish, a stir fry that typically combines marinated strips of sirloin (or other beef steak) with onions, tomatoes, french fries, and other ingredients; and is typically served with rice. The dish originated as part of the chifa tradition, the Chinese cuisine of Peru, though its popularity has made it part of the mainstream culture.
Aji de Gallina 11.99
Shredded chicken breast with Peruvian sauce. Served with potato, rice, slice of egg.
Milanesa de Pollo 13.99
Chicken breast lightly breaded and fried. Served with French fries and steam rice.
Seco de Res C/ Frijoles$15.99
Cau Cau de Mondongo$11.99
Bistec a lo Pobre$15.99
Bistec a la Parrilla$15.50
In 2012, Peruvian food has emerged as one of the hottest food trends for the U.S., especially right here in Los Angeles.
Interesting to note the Italian immigrant influence of pesto to Peru. The creamy pesto sauce made with fresh spinach and basil added a vibrant hue of green to the pasta. Kick-in the garlic and jalapeño and presto, you’ve got a sauce that is layered in flavors and spice. We added a 1/4 cup of heavy cream to make the pesto even creamier. Traditionally, Tallarin Verde is served alongside grilled flank steak or chicken.
Tallarin Verde c/Milanesa de Pollo 13.99
Spaghetti in a creamy spinach and basil sauce with breaded chicken breast.
Tallarin Saltado de Pollo 11.99
Spaghetti with your choice of beef or chicken, with sauteed onion, tomato and soy sauce.
Tallarin verde c/ pollo al grill$13.50
Tallarin verde c/ bistec$15.50
tallarin verde c/ bistec apanado$15.99
Tallarin Saltado de Carne$14.99
Chicken Nuggets w/French Fries 5.50
Salchipapa Sausages w/ French Fries 5.50
Pollito Apanado w/ French Fries 5.99
Saltado de Vegetales 9.99
Broccoli, mushrooms, onions, celery, peas and tomatoes, sauteed on soy sauce.
Tallarin Saltado de Vegetales 9.99
Spaghetti topped with vegetables, sauteed with onion, broccoli, mushrooms, celery, peas and tomatoes.
Arroz Chaufa de Vegetales 9.99
Mixed vegetables with fried rice, green onions, soy sauce and eggs.