A new Argentina/Peruvian restaurant opened near my workplace last week and I ran over for a quick lunch. The dining room (formerly a Los Cucos). is completely remodeled and clean and bright:
It looks like they await a liquor license.
Tasty seasoned rolls were delivered to the table when we arrived.
A co-worker ordered quinoa stuffed tomatoes which were pretty:
I had the pollo milanesa with 2 eggs and fries from the lunch menu ($12). It was nicely seasoned and crispy hot.
Others had Peruvian arroz con pollo, spinach gnocchi, and a fried mushroom appetizer (mushroom milanesa they called it - ).
The food all came out separately as they delivered things as they were prepared, which I hope they fix because it necessarily left one person without food for an awkward while. But being open less than a week, the effort was fine and the food, all agreed, was great and so this place will likely be added to the rotation.
I couldn’t find anything on Che Inka other than this website which shows the owners have 1 other restaurant (Argentina Cafe) in town and another on the way.
Ironically, the former Peruvian chicken restaurant across the street - Pollo Bravo - has been razed to the ground recently.
One thing’s for sure, there’s no shortage of South American eateries here.