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The initial melting of the culinary tradition of ancient Peru with Spanish cuisine, evolved through immigration and influences of French, Italian, Asian and African people, who modified their traditional cuisines with ingredients available in peruvian geography only. The result: Peruvian Gastronomy, the most diverse in the world. Welcome to the world of peruvian cuisine. Welcome to a whole new adventure.
US$9 - US$26
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Seafood, South American, Peruvian, Latin, Spanish
Takeout, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Street Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards
My third visit and it still continues to amaze me! So unpretentious but one of the best restaurants in the Sacramento area. The chef, a native Peruvian, puts out some of the best food you will ever have! From the Empanada apps to the Braised...More
My family and I recently went here twice over the last month. We went once for lunch, and loved their classic ceviche. We then decided to try it for dinner. The food was consistently good and the service was great. But we found it very...More
Our first trip to la Huaca was delightful. Our waitress Jesse was so friendly and helpful. My husband had the beef heart served with potatoes, onions, etc. It was good. I had the causa Limena which I loved. Quinoa, sweet potatoes, chicken salad. Yum. I...More
Went on a Saturday night place was busy. We had a reservation, got seated right away, Hostess and waiter very pleasant. Food came fairly quickly and we were both very happy with our meals. It was excellent. I had Lamb Shank-yum-mo! which came with beans,...More
I suppose I thought I would encounter food as I have not know it. Instead, I saw menu items that were very familiar to me. Now, that being said, the empanadas were very very good. The fried plantain, was, well, fried plantain. Perhaps we were...More
Peruvian cuisine is a mix of the cultures of not only South America, but also of the Orient. It was quite an education just reading the menu as we would discover different foods.
We happened to be a group of 5 friends, so we all...More
Good food and you don't have to drive to SF to enjoy it. It is expensive, but its a nice place to go occasionally. The empanadas were good and the pasta as well. The wait for the food was a little long and it was...More
Was with a group of friends. Service was terrible, slow and unresponsive. Several other diners came and went while we waited and waited and waited. Food ranged from burnt pork pieces to dry chicken skewers to terrible plantains. Rice was best tasting item. Portion sizes...More
We've been to La Huaca three times now. Always very good. We took some good friends a couple of nights ago, folks that like new and different dining. I had a pisco sour cocktail, my first, and really liked it. The cerviche was fresh and...More