Inka Restaurant

★★☆☆☆
  • 4375 S Buffalo Dr

    Las Vegas, NV 89147

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  • 702-731-0826

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Deverse menu. Off the strip. Excentent wait staff, moderatly priced. Mix of locals and tourist. Good play to try something different.

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★★★☆☆

Deverse menu. Off the strip. Excentent wait staff, moderatly priced. Mix of locals and tourist. Good play to try something different.

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This was our first experience with Peruvian cuisine. The restaurant was very large, colorfully decorated and almost empty early on this Wednesday evening. Our waiter provided us with a complimentary platter of carrots, cauliflower, onion and cucumber marinated in a vinaigrette. My wife ordered camarones al ajillo, small shrimp in a delicious garlic sauce served in an iron skillet along with pieces of toasted garlic bread. She managed to soak up most of the sauce with some assistance by me. I ordered aji de gallina, chicken in a green, garlic-based sauce accompanied by white rice. After tendering the check, our waiter served us a complimentary shot glass filled with a delicious mixture of rum, cream and the sap of some tree. It tasted something akin to Baileys Irish Cream. The meal was satisfactory, but we will not be in a rush to return.

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★☆☆☆☆

This was our first experience with Peruvian cuisine. The restaurant was very large, colorfully decorated and almost empty early on this Wednesday evening. Our waiter provided us with a complimentary platter of carrots, cauliflower, onion and cucumber marinated in a vinaigrette. My wife ordered camarones al ajillo, small shrimp in a delicious garlic sauce served in an iron skillet along with pieces of toasted garlic bread. She managed to soak up most of the sauce with some assistance by me. I ordered aji de gallina, chicken in a green, garlic-based sauce accompanied by white rice. After tendering the check, our waiter served us a complimentary shot glass filled with a delicious mixture of rum, cream and the sap of some tree. It tasted something akin to Baileys Irish Cream. The meal was satisfactory, but we will not be in a rush to return.

 

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