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El Gran Inka

Map & Directions 3155 NE 163rd St.
Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
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305-940-4910
  • Peruvian
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Delivery, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Miami New Times' Description

This Peruvian restaurant chain with roots in Costa Rica recently opened a location in the Plaza on Brickell. Like its sister locations in North Miami Beach and Key Biscayne, it offers an extensive menu with emphasis on Peruvian seafood specialties. There's a large selection of ceviches and tiraditos - calamari, shrimp, fresh fish, octopus - served in both citrus and cream sauces ($12.95 to $14.95). Among the main courses are Peruvian-Chinese dishes such arroz con mariscos (seafood with rice, $16.95), as well as seafood gratin ($19.95), grilled tuna medallion ($19.95), and flambéed spicy shrimp ($18.95). For meat lovers, there's the traditional tenderloin, lomito saltado ($16.95); and the sautéed tenderloin Inka, a Peruvian surf-and-turf ($19.95). All portions are generous, but a few dishes are made specially for sharing, such as the parilla Gran Inka - a large serving of grilled meats, fish, and seafood ($69.95) - and the ceviche trilogy ($29.95). The wine list is decent, but the pisco menu alone is worth a visit; several unique offerings include pisco de Cuzco, Chilacano pisco, and pisco sour catedral. The staff is friendly and attentive. Large tables in a modern dining room with sparse décor make this a good location for business lunches and dinners.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Food Network on 04/24/13

    Get brazen with your beverage choice. We’re fans of the sweet, non-alcoholic beverage Chichi Morada, which is made from purple corn, as well as the Pisco Mojito. Via CityEats.com

  • Rosemary O. on 11/29/11

    The best Peruvian restaurant. Ask For an Algarrobina cocktail made by Maricarmen. She's the best!

  • Aggie L. on 06/21/11

    Any of the pisco drinks are delicious! Enjoy with a ceviche appetizer.

  • Mariann F. on 02/04/12

    Best peruvian food in Miami!

  • Judith M. on 01/27/14

    The pisco sour is amazing!!

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