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Posted by annonymous on 08/16/2009
I have married into a Peruvian Family and therefore been exposed to a lot of homemade Peruvian food, as well as Peruvian food in Miami and Peru. I have been to many of the Peruvian restaurants in chicago and none of them hold a candle to Machu Picchu! It is very authentic and very good Peruvian cuisine. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone. It has a huge variety of food (fish, chicken, beef, vegetarian) and its BYOB. You can't go wrong. Some great dishes for people unfamiliar with Peruvian food are: Aji de Gallina, lomo saltado, arroz con mariscos, chaufas, and paellas. The ceviche is phenomenal; very fresh and authentic. For those feeling mildly adventurous, try the anticuchos appetizer (bull hearts). They are very well seasoned and very tender skewers of beef. Give it a try!!!