Submitted Thursday, November 13, 2008 - 2:28pm [Dine in]
I lived in Japan for a year and traveled all over the Kansai area and absolutely loved the Ramen i tasted in the back alleys of a Kyoto Street late at night with my boyfriend and friends.. We were all very impressed with the quality and true taste of Ramen.
The first time i went to Kintaro Ramen.. i loved the raw japanese environment. after reading the reviews i went and experience it on my own. I love the sharing of the big table, the smell of the Ramen in your face, the line up during all types of weather, rain, snow, hot sunny etc. I love how i am the minority because most of the clients are japanese.. i can tell because i can hear them speaking, i loved my ramen soup and i highly recommend it if you want true ramen on a cold, rainy, snowy, hot day. It will be worth it.
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Submitted Monday, July 28, 2008 - 7:04pm [Dine in]
I have been to El Inka Deli several times now.. The first time i went with my mom. I was so happy!!!!!!!!!!!!! there was a peruvian restaurant...I had like 3 appetizers and dessert.. DELICIOUS!!
I have brought friends to try peruvian food.. None of them had heard of peruvian food. We all went 10 of us and they loved it!!!
They all loved what they had ordered... the service was great...
The owner was kind and humble. It is a family owned restaurant.
I have brought different friends everytime and they all love it!!
I have had the following:
Cau cau - Delicious
Lomo Saltado - Delicious
Ceviche - Delicious
Tamal (with a sauce they make- delish!)
Papa a la huancaina - Delicious
Papa Rellena Delicious
tambien la chicha morada, inca kola, alfajor, picarones..
ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS ALL GOOD AND GOODNESS..
I highly recomend this humble place.. It brougth be back when i lived in Peru when i was a child..
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