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Inka Heritage

Postby MHicks » Tue Mar 27, 2007 9:48 pm

We just went to the new peruvian place on Park and we LOVED it.
It is more expensive than I expected for the location but a great value. It was as good or better than many more expensive places especially the seafood.
If you love ceviche you are in luck. We got the seafood dinner for two which was mainly different kinds of ceviche. More than enough for two with a potato included (very unusual cold potato with a home made mayo-really good) all for about 22 dollars.
The calamari with a black olive mayo sauce was the real standout. And the mussels served with the dish were fresh and very tasty.
Another person with our party got a cold tuna and potato dish that was great. The presentation was beautiful.
There is a funky musty smell to the place that is off putting. It is probably standing on a wet basement. But once you get past that the decor is simple and pleasant with comfortable chairs.
The service was great.
And we loved the food. Now we want to try everything.
We will be going back. :P :P

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Postby blunt » Wed Mar 28, 2007 11:24 am

So the Inka, I thinka, is a Do.
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Postby Henry Vilas » Wed Mar 28, 2007 12:18 pm

An ongoing discussion on Inka Heritage is here.

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Postby Paco » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:20 pm

Oh please tell me they didn't name it 'Inka'?

Inca's ate calamari?

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Postby thebookpolice » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:26 pm

Paco wrote:Oh please tell me they didn't name it 'Inka'?

Sure did, and it's all good. (see end of second paragraph)

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