Inka Si Senor closed recently.
This was our first experience with Peruvian cuisine. The restaurant was very large, colorfully decorated and almost empty early on this Wednesday evening. Our waiter provided us with a complimentary platter of carrots, cauliflower, onion and cucumber marinated in a vinaigrette. My wife ordered camarones al ajillo, small shrimp in a delicious garlic sauce served in an iron skillet along with pieces of toasted garlic bread. She managed to soak up most of the sauce with some assistance by me. I ordered aji de gallina, chicken in a green, garlic-based sauce accompanied by white rice. After tendering the check, our waiter served us a complimentary shot glass filled with a delicious mixture of rum, cream and the sap of some tree. It tasted something akin to Baileys Irish Cream. The meal was satisfactory, but we will not be in a rush to return.