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Posted by Javier NL on 09/06/2013
It ws nice to see another Peruvian restaurant that excels and displays the best of our cousine with very good service. The jalea was delicious and it really reminded me of the ones I have tried in Peru. Congratulations and keep it up...!!!
Posted by samma jamma on 09/09/2011
Don't get me wrong, La Mar and Limon are great (and expensive) spots, but Inka is the real deal. If you want to actually feel like you are in Peru, go here. Everything was pretty damn good. Some flavors I had never expeirenced before.
Posted by sfdiner on 01/11/2008
Did a lot of research for a peruvian restaurant and just happen to be in the mission area so I thought I'd try Inka's. The waiters were nice, service good, but don't expect the food to come out fast. They cook the food when ordered and I think there's only 1 cook, because we waited 45 min for our food (party of 4). Be informed that the food is salty, so if you are sensitive to salt, you may not want to eat here. Overall, I'd say it was OK. I doubt I would go back because I'm going try other Peruvian restaurants before I think about going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2007
Inka's is real down home Peruvian food. I know, my boyfriend is Peruvian and his Mom cooks like an angle. Two ceviches, I prefer the fish only, anticuchos (sorry if I can't spell) are to die for and you will fins all your favorites, Lomo Saltado, Alli de GAllina etc. For you malt beer lovers out there, they serve Cusquena Dark The atmosphere is familynfreindly but quiet enough for a date. Julio or his wife may serve you themselves . Your kids can get out of their chairs if they want to but you will hvae a nice candle and quiet music for your one on one. and the price is right!!! 5 Stars!