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INTI Peruvian Food 820 10th Avenue Between 54th & 55th

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INTI Peruvian Food 820 10th Avenue Between 54th & 55th

jonkyo | | Jun 26, 2012 09:17 AM

INTI Peruvian Restaurant

I went to a Peruvian Restaurant on a recent visitation to the West Side of NYC, and was so delighted with the choices offered, and especially the food that found its way to the table that I sat at.

The staff was incredibly helpful in my navigation within this cuisine that is not so familiar to me, and was 100 % satisfied with all aspects.

The space is quite nice with tables near the large windows that peer onto 10th. Surprisingly, considering the quality of the food, there were few customers, due partly to the locations, I would imagine, though also to the fact that they have been waiting for a licence which would allow them to serve alcohal for several months.

The food I ordered:

Seafood soup ( forgot name) in soup section, was spicy and full of large thick cuts of squid and other sea life such as shelled animals. not too thick and not too thin, this provides one with a full meal, or could provide two with as a side dish.

I have seen Peruvian venues pop up around NYC, and have visited a few with hesitation that this is an empty trend, though I do have to say this one, INTI, is a great choice. I do hope they get more business, and I am sure to revisit for other items to try.

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