First time in 2 years that I had Peruvian food, very good. Try the Picarines for dessert.
I love this place and their people .
Jose and his wife are very educated and sweet and they will make you feel at home.
The fod is very good and if you don't like something they will make you a special dish your way .
The ceviche is unbelievable and the service .
I highly recommend this place .
What a great find! They're in the back of a shopping center, but well worth looking for. The ceviche is wonderful, and that alone is worth the trip. We also had the pollo saltado, the solterito salad, and finished up with the picarones. So good! We'll definitely be back.
I'm SO happy to have discovered this hidden Peruvian gem. I ordered the lomo saltado and, my favorite, arroz con leche (rice pudding) - Neither of them disappointed. The portion and presentation were perfect, the restaurant was clean, and the staff was friendly and attentive. I've tried a few Peruvian places in MA but all are closer to the city so it's nice to find one north of Boston. I found my new favorite spot and hope they stick around for many years. I will definitely be back soon and am looking forward to trying the rest of their menu. Excelente comida y servicio! Gracias!
The location is in a little shopping center on Route 1 and isn't easy to see but easy to get to. It's cute and simple inside. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the food. We had the Chaufa rice which was very good and flavorful. Also the Leche de Tigre shrimp cocktail was delicious. The tallarín verde pasta was not bad but seems like it could've been a bit saucier. We've tried a a couple of other small Peruvian places in Mass but haven't liked them as much as this place. We definitely plan to eat here again.
I had lunch at INKA'S with my husband on a Monday afternoon. My husband had an Estofado de Pollo and I had an Aji de Gallina. They were both really good and fresh. The Aji de Gallina was a bit spicy for me, as I don't eat anything spicy. Both portions were small but good for a lunch.
The owner is super nice and he mentioned that they have picarones every weekend, which in Boston is impossible to find.
We loved this place. It’s one of the only genuinely 100% Peruvian restaurants in the area. The dishes are well worth the price and you can feel as if they were home-cooked meals. There’s nothing I wouldn’t change and I hope they stay for good!