If the fabulously unique, inventive cuisine of Peru doesn't give your taste buds a woodie,
you can leave the room now. The rest of you get ready for a new El Gran Inka
, Miami's third
coming in May to The Plaza building on Brickell Avenue. The menu
range from signature dishes like cheese and sirloin-stuffed yucca with hauncaina
sauces to more traditional fare like lomo saltado
and seco de cordero a la nortena
(braised lamb in cilantro sauce). They're not kidding about the El Gran part either.
The lounge is filled with leather couches, plasma TVs and an exhibition wine
cellar; there's a regular bar, ceviche bar, private rooms. . . everything to
make your woodie very happy.