15 "Peruvian" Restaurants in New York.
In 2021, Llama Inn in Williamsburg has loosened up into a laid-back Peruvian spot we’d visit on a random Tuesday night.
Warique is a Peruvian restaurant in Jackson Heights where you should bring a friend and fill your table with ceviche and lomo saltado.
This Peruvian spot in Essex Market has rotisserie chickens spinning at all times, and that’s exactly what you should order.
Urubamba is a Peruvian spot in Jackson Heights that’s a great option for casual dates or group dinners.
Pio Pio is a casual Peruvian spot on the UES that makes very good rotisserie chicken.
Llama San is a Nikkei restaurant in the West Village from the people behind Llama Inn. It’s pricey, but the food is incredibly delicious.
The rotisserie chicken at Pio Pio is one of the best ways you can spend $10 anywhere in the city.
Juanita’s Cafe in Jackson Heights specializes in Peruvian sandwiches that are large, meat-heavy, and delicious.
Chimu is a Peruvian spot in Williamsburg that’s a good option for casual group dinners. The back patio is also nice for summer date nights.
Surfish is a two-floor Peruvian restaurant in Gowanus where you can make a meal out of different types of ceviches.
Inti is quiet restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen with very authentic and very good Peruvian food.
The Inkan is a Peruvian restaurant in Long Island City that specializes in rotisserie chicken and has a nice backyard.
Sen Sakana is Peruvian-Japanese place in Midtown that might be good for a business lunch, although you don't really have to spend your money here.