Rich authentic flavors. Simple and full of spice. Fish was fresh in the ceviche and not the least bit fishy. Yucca fries were crisp and the salads were delicious. Service was friendly and on point. Highly recommend!!
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The food was great. They gave us a little plate with some kind of salsa or something, it was spicy, but the taste was really good. Good service and we where served pretty fast.
Went twice, both visits disappointed. It may be Peruvian, but it is not fine dining. Out of their best selling wine, beer served without glass, then brought glass filled with ice. The Saviche, Peru's national dish, was a mess drenched in lime, tasting more like...More
Alan Symons ; email@example.com Food Critic Indianapolis In. October 5 2016 “Go west young man” well at least until 5300 block west 38th street. The area recently has had international restaurants pop up along 38th .In one small shopping mall is “Inkas” and very good...More
Ten of us had a mini class reunion. The food was delicious. And the service was wonderful. Our servers were so kind and helpful. I had the pollo braza and the flan. Our party tried out a little bit of everything. Ceviche, loma saltido, yucca,...More
Nothing Fancy, but the food is good and very authentic according to my S.A. friends.Fast enough service for a quick lunch when you are tired of fast food. Portion size is reasonable,
I've been here several times and always try something new. Everything has been wonderful. After going to a Peruvian restaurant downtown I wasn't to keen to try it agian but so glad I did. Where the other place was so bland this food has got...More
Authentic Peruvian food , we were a party of 10 the service was excellent. We had a lot of dishes and we shared and tried everything all of them tasted good , the arroz chaufa is a plus and the ceviche was delicious . Prices...More
Located in a strip mall on 38th street. I had the Seco de Carne con Frejoles. Beans, a potato, rice, sauce, peas and carrots, and some very tender chunks of beef. Wonderful comfort food. My stomach was very happy. My wife had the Pollos ala...More
Very authentic Peruvian food from the cerviche (seafood marinated in lime juice and cilantro and onion) to chicha morada (refreshing drink made from purple corn and pineapple). The portions are generous and good prices. The name will be changing it Inca in near future.