Aside from Peru's abundant seafood from the coast and a bounty of tropical fruits from the jungle, corn, potatoes from the Andes and chillies have comprised the indigenous Peruvian cuisine. I found Don Andres dish offerings to be carbohydrate-rich.
Ceviche de Pescado is marinated Mahi-mahi, a Hawaiian fish or Dolphin fish cured in citrus juice with yellow chili sauce (P 280). The Peruvian ceviche features raw fish that is citrus-cooked by marinating it in Peruvian lime juice, raw onions, and chili.
This dish comes with corn, toasted corn kernels and a slice of sweet potato which balances the acidity of the ceviche marinade.
This is the best rotisserie chicken I've ever tasted!
Lomo Saltado (P 420) is stir-fried beef tenderlion strips, a popular fusion dish that mixes the Chinese stir-fry tradition with chopped parsley leaves, parsley, onions tomatoes, french fries.
European, African and Asian influences were evident in their Peruvian cuisine. Overall, my food experience was delightful. I recommend that you visit them soon.
Don Andres - A Peruvian Kitchen
26 Courtyard Building , Sgt. Esguerra Street
Barangay South Triangle, Quezon City
Open Daily from 11AM to 3PM and 6PM to 11PM
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