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Picca

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WHY Innovative creations from Ricardo Zarate, Food & Wine’s best New Los Angeles chef, 2011. WHAT The new descendant of Zarate’s ultra-modest Mo-Chica is a trend-setting cantina whose robata bar items look Japanese but taste Peruvian (skewered grilled scallops painted with aji amarillo pepper) and whose ceviche bar garnishes flash-marinated fish and sashimi-like tiradito with [...]

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Lola’s Peruvian

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WHY Profoundly addictive crisp-skinned chicken, one of the most delicious in town, marinated in citrus juice, garlic and chiles and spit-roasted over a wood fire. WHAT A friendly Peruvian café with amazing roast chicken and fries, as well as good seafood dishes, including ceviches. Make sure to try the Peruvian chile sauce with your chicken. [...]

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Natalie Peruvian Seafood

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WHY Peru’s Chinese influence is evident in the wonderful fried-rice dishes; also try the fried calamari and classic pescado saltado with french fries, and wash it down with an Inca Kola. WHAT This rival to Mario’s goes a little easier on the chiles but turns out Peruvian food that’s still powerfully flavorful. It’s a pleasant [...]

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El Pollo Inka

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WHY Fantastic roast chicken or the traditional saltado de pollo. Add the famed cilantro sauce and an order of plantains and you’ll be in heaven. WHAT The name may imply a competitor to El Pollo Loco, but this is actually a very sweet little sit-down restaurant with seductive and inexpensive Peruvian food, most notably the [...]

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Puro Sabor Peruvian Food

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WHY Pure, unadulterated Peruvian flavors (puro sabor means ‘pure flavor’) in a sweet Valley spot with modest prices. WHAT This isn’t the most scenic neighborhood in Van Nuys, but inside is a cheerful, spotless café that showcases the accomplished cooking of chef Juana Paz, a bank teller from Peru who succeeded in achieving her twin [...]

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Kotosh

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WHY Intercontinental fusion food informed by 100 years of immigration. WHAT Born out of history, this quaint place is the culinary result of a century of Japanese immigration to Peru. Its success stems from its ability to take two disparate cuisines and forge a strong, seafood-based middle ground. On the Peruvian side of things, try [...]

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Mario’s Peruvian & Seafood

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WHY Ceviche, the seafood platter and the chicken or shrimp saltado, a stir-fry with red onions and tomato served with a heap of very good fries (potatoes come from Peru, after all). WHAT There’s usually a wait at Mario’s, and for good reason—its food is drop-dead delicious, and inexpensive to boot. The strip-mall setting is [...]

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Pollos a la Brasa Western

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WHY Where else can you get a Peruvian-style chicken cooked over real wood in the middle of a sea of Korean eateries?; WHAT Come here for deeply flavored roast chicken that reflects the smoky flavor from cords of wood piled outside the tiny restaurant. The addictive spicy aji (garlic) sauce is the perfect foil to [...]

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An Unforgettable Ceviche & Beer Night

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Sunday December  16th, Chef Ricardo Zarate and Food GPS‘s Joshua Lurie will greet some of L.A.’s most celebrated chefs into the kitchen at Mo-chica to imagine and create ceviche dishes unlike any before. The first night, held December 9th, featured one of the more prized members of the seafood hierarchy, uni (better known as sea [...]

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Mo-Chica

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WHY Because you’ve never had Peruvian comfort food before—at least not like this. WHAT Mo-chica is Ricardo Zarate’s take on Peruvian comfort food, once in a nonprofit food court but now served in a modern setting that transports you to the streets of South America. Tables are always filled, so make a reservation. Once you [...]

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