November 4, 2015
Peruvian cuisine, although strongly reflecting local practices and ingredients, has been influenced by a variety of sources, including: Europe, West Africa, and Asia. In fact, it is believed that the first inhabitants of Peru migrated from Asia around 6000 B.C., but we digressâ€¦
Due to the multicultural aspect of this cuisine, it seemed an obvious focus for our upcoming Viajando, where weâ€™ll be showcasing a 4-course tasting menu comprised of traditional Peruvian dishes that will undoubtedly bear Chef Manuelâ€™s refined touch.
The 4-course menu will be priced at $45/person, but we’ve taken your feedback and are also offering all courses available a la carte along with limited core options so that it will be easy to customize a menu that suits your dietary preferences.
Do you want a peek of the Peruvian portion of the menu? We’re happy to oblige:
thinly slice halibut, red onions, cilantro, sweet potatoes, choclo, rocoto leche de tigre
Causa de Camarones
shrimp, purÃ©e purple potatoes, aji amarillo chile sauce
filet of beef stir-fry, tomatoes, onion, rice, peruvian sauce and crispy potatoes
classic peruvian vanilla, cinnamon, and port pudding