Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Inka Heritage

Inka Heritage is probably the best Peruvian restaurant I've ever been to. I don't think I have to finish that joke. Okay, so it's unique. But it's quite good at their specialty, Central American seafood. I had some fried fish fillets, served with a chunk of rice in a square and sauteed vegetables. But every time I go, I end up jealous of the meat dishes my wife gets, which are typically served on a bed of quality french fries. Yum.

The food may be a little bit overpriced (they've raised the prices recently), and a little on the salty side. But you can always walk right in to good food and a warm atmosphere.

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