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Although it's not a very crowded field, Inca's stands out as the DFW area's best Peruvian restaurant. Don't expect anything fancy, however: This is home-style South American cuisine, served in a Spanish-speaking atmosphere with live music-also in Spanish-on many weekends. Wish they would add a few more potato dishes, aside from the classic papa rellena. Their cabrito is outstanding.
Once known as a haven for large-chain dining, Carrollton is slowly changing, as more and more immigrants move there from Asia, and Central and South America. Drive down East Belt Line Road or Josey L... More »
There are a couple of things you should know before heading to Inca's, the Peruvian hangout in Carrollton. First, on a recent Friday night visit, the not-quite-dog-whistle shrieks of kids filled the dining room as three little rugrats bounced... More »
Ah, the musty, oily, stringy character of goat meat. For some reason it hasn't caught on in, you know, the civilized world. But a sample of Inca's seco de cabrito might have you second guessing first-world values. Yeah, it's all that we said--musty, oily, stringy, with bits of bone and gristle thrown in for that extra oomph. Still, there's a rustic, gamy quality that keeps drawing you in, as a good stew should. And although the fibers fall into long strands, they are tender and... More »