Best South American restaurants nearby. Discover the best South American food in Rye. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for South American restaurants near you.. Rye is a city in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is separate from the town of Rye, which has more land area than the city. Rye city, formerly the village of Rye, was part of the town until it received its charter as a city in 1942. The population was 15,720 at the 2010 census. Rye is the youngest city in New York state. No other city has been chartered anywhere in New York state since 1942.
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4 based on 44 reviews
On vacation in Cos Cob Connecticut, we've been visiting Port Orchard over the past week. Tonight we decided to try something new and chose this restaurant. We're not disappointed. The restaurant is clean, the service is excellent, and the prices are reasonable. I had a salmon dish, called Jericho. The salmon was perfectly done and tasty. Underneath were plantains, which are perfectly cooked. The salad dressing was excellent, and the presentation was excellent. My wife had the Ceviche, and she gave it a five-star. The corn empanadas were very good, and the spicy sauces they gave you were a slight bit on the vinegar side but yummy. For dessert, we had bread pudding with a guava ice cream called the Columbian Sunday which was quite tasty, but by the time dessert arrived we were stuffed. The Colombian coffee had a kick to it and it will keep you up at night. All in all, an excellent dining experience with excellent service in Port Chester. Our waitress was very sweet, and they generally cared about the quality of food they served you though we didn't drink any of the sangria wines, their selection seemed very good.
4 based on 42 reviews
Panka Peruvian Bistro is a family-owned and operated restaurant. All of our dishes are based on family recipes that have been passed from generation to generation and perfected with time. Our mission is to offer the highest quality dishes and most flavorf
We have been to Panca four times in the last three months.Obviously, we really like it. The food is exceptionally tasty and prepared to order. The service is professional, friendly and helpful. Ask for recommendations and tell them what you like. I strongly recommend the ceviche Mixto, the best Iâve had and a very large portion. A good appetizer for two or an entrÃ©e after an appetizer. The Jalea is the best combination fried seafood anywhere. Calamari, shrimp, whitefish, mussels and crabs. Fabulous. My wife enjoys the whole Peruvian roast chicken served with lots of vegetables. The patrons are usually South and Central Americans, a testament to the food.
4 based on 52 reviews
We opened Quenas with the dream of presenting the wide diversity and fusion of Peruvian food, using the best and most authentic ingredients, in a modern presentation. Peruvian cuisine fuses many different ethnicities, including Spanish, Chinese, Japanese,
Had dinner with another couple on a recent Saturday night - our first time here though they had been before. Small place in Harrison with authentic decor and reservation signs at every table. We started with their Sangria - not too sweet and oh so delicious. Appetizers were terrific, the flavor combinations though unique to our tastes, worked beautifully together. I enjoyed a delicious Chicken dish with a very slight kick and my husband had the Peruvian Paella. We both proclaimed our meals amazing. Not a big dessert eater, I agreed to have a taste of a plate of Churros ordered for the table. Outstanding - crispy on the outside and filled with delicious Dulce de Leche in the middle. We will return!
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