Reviews on Latin food in Rye Brook, New York, United States. Rye Brook is a village in Westchester County, New York, United States, within the town of Rye. The population was 9,347 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 19 reviews
We had a Groupon that included a shared appetizer and 2 entrees. We started off with 2 very generous and reasonably priced glasses of Argentinian Malbec/Cabernet...decent. For shared appetizer we had the Mixed Fish Ceviche . It was outstanding! And included one large oyster, 2 large shrimp, calamari, tilapia and wonderful Peruvian corn, both steamed and roasted. I loved the roasted and my husband liked the steamed.For entrees we had the Surf 'n Turf...skirt steak and shrimp, very good with a side of yellow rice with carrots and peas, and I had the grilled chicken and a mixed salad. Unfortunately, I failed to question the dressing, as I would have preferred oil and lemon. It came dressed with a vinaigrette that was way too sweet for my taste buds. Our waitress,who appeared to be the only one on duty, and who was bartender as well, was attentive, charming, efficient (and gorgeous to boot).All in all, we had a good time and plan to return this weekend with some family. For me, the appetizer (Ceviche) will be my entree; more than enough, and so fresh and good.
4 based on 53 reviews
We planned to have lunch at Q Restaurant and Bar which is nearby but Q was closed with brown paper over the windows. Perhaps it is out of business or perhaps it is remodeling but we saw through the window that Pollo A La Brasa was very busy and there were lots of choices on the menu so we tried it. I had the Peruvian pasta with shrimp and my husband had it with chicken. My dish was loaded with fresh shrimp and had a delicious sauce which was great with the flavorful rolls that were brought to the table when we sat down. My husband enjoyed his dish as well and the food was a bargain for what we received. Service was friendly and efficient. I am no expert on Peruvian food so canât comment on authenticity but what we had was tasty.
4 based on 27 reviews
The service was good, but would have been much better if I spoke Spanish. The food was good, filling and exactly as described. One side note, the music that was pleasantly in the back ground was all classic rock, but versions, by the original recording artist, that I had never heard before. I was very surprised and more then a little pleased. Tip, bring change for the meter or park in the nearby public free parking lot
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 11 reviews
WELCOME TO THE INCAZTECA | EST. 2017 We are a Peruvian, hence the Inca, and Mexican, hence the Azteca, restaurant located in Westchester, New Yorks heart of latin and hispanic cuisine - Port Chester. Please, come enjoy our deep dual heritage and sample ou
this is a fantastic addition to the area's dining choices. i believe it is a husband and wife team from peru and mexico - they have created an authentic local restaurant that is casual but classy, with a two-sided menu - mexican and peruvian. the selection is enormous and the well-qualified, friendly server was very patient explaining the various dishes we had interest in (my wife, me and a another couple.we made reservations for a friday night at 7:00 and they had a reserved sign on a table at the window - very nice. we were a bit concerned because by 7:30 only two other tables were filled. however, by 8:00 all the tables were full. they do not recommend reservations but i urge you to make them. a nice mix of nationalities dining - many hispanics which was very assuring. families and couples. appeared that everyone was having a good time and enjoying the food.warning - huge portions. see the pics. they do not have a liquor or beer licence yet and we were told we could not bring our own. but they have various soft drinks. the prices are from the 1980"s and we hope they cover their costs and make a nice profit. my belief is that they could easily raise their prices 15% and the value would still be there and customers would find the food affordable and not complain.we started with nachos (see the pic) a mountain covered with heart-stopping (literally) goodies. the serving, which i think was around $10 - could easily serve four as an app. we also had calamari (see pic) which was prepared well and included yuka which was good but a bit heavy for my taste. the table has three hot to very hot sauces that require caution if you are not used to hot sauce.i had one of several salmon (see pic) selections - tequila blended cream sauce and three large shrimp - huge piece of delicate and delicious salmon on a mound of rice. next time i would ask them for less sauce - my taste. came with a huge plate of fresh veggies (see pic). the three others had steak and shrimp fajitas which were large portions and delicious (see pics). i think each dish was about $18. very reasonable.the complimentary chips and salsa are made in the kitchen - very good. the salsa was a different style than i am used to but good.as a side-note. the server in this little mom and pop restaurant uses an ipad or tablet device to take orders - my guess is the orders then immediately appear in the kitchen. additionally, they swipe your credit or debit card on the device and you then designate the tip (please be very generous) then sign with your fingertip. you may have a receipt sent to your email. very cool feature.once again, the server and the service were friendly and helpful. water glasses were constantly filled and additional chips and salsa were requested and delivered at no extra charge. there must be close to a hundred total selections which is a challenge so take your time and look the menu over - both sides.i encourage everyone who likes this style of food to try this lovely local restaurant. not a big chain. it is open 7 days a week from 9:00am to i beleive 9:00pm. these are friendly, local, hard-working people who work incredibly long and hard hours and truly deserve to be a huge success - please help them be a success. enjoy your meal, white them up, tell other - and leave a very generous tip for the hard working staff.FYI - i have no relationship with the owners or the restaurant.sam marcusthank you for your feedback and all your kind words, looking forward to serving you again.
4 based on 106 reviews
Crowded, loud Peruvian restaurant, trying to create a vibe but it didn't work for us. Tables so cramped, couldn't move my chair; music so loud, couldn't hear conversation of person sitting next to me. The ceviche was tasty as was the potato appetizer. The whole broiled snapper was dry and did not taste fresh. The paella was just ok. The place was packed and the tables around us turned quickly so clearly others don't share our opinion, but we won't be rushing back.
4 based on 49 reviews
It's a good indication of a restaurant's popularity when it expands into the space next door. I was afraid that expansion would dilute the GREAT food and service I've come to expect, but the place has gotten even better. We went for a late dinner a few nights ago, and were greeted personally by one of the owners. Our waitress was friendly and helpful, and the entire staff was efficient. The restaurant is spotless, and the open kitchen means there are no secrets. The food was, as usual, amazing. This is definitely one of our favorite places to eat.
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 145 reviews
This is meat fest and is meat lovers heaven. The vegetarian among us was satisfied with the very extensive salad bar, priced at half the 14 meats dinner. There are a couple of fish/chicken/pasta dishes available a la carte. Just like we had in Brazil. The meats are brought around the dining room on skewers and you can have a slice or not. No rush, staff very accommodating, and the meats are all delicious.
4 based on 188 reviews
Since Rafael PalominoâSonoraâs Executive Chef and Proprietorâopened the doors to this, his flagship Latin-fusion restaurant, he has received accolades from a broad customer base, including an âExcellentâ from the New York Times. This creative, Colombian-b
We were a party of 5 celebrating my momâs birthday. It took over 20 minutes for us to get our drinks including our water. Ask for sparkling water were told they ran out of Pellegrino âOkâ minutes later I see them pouring some on the table next to us. Food is was great. Everybody loved what they order. Meat was cooked to perfection. My daughter asked for a side of Plantains not only it came when it was time to order dessert but at the bottom of the little basket was a fried calamari. Thank God she has no shellfish allergies. They should be more careful. The waiter was MIA the whole time and not very friendly or attentive at all. It was just horrible service. Actually the buss boy took better care of us. The only reason they getting 2 stars is for how delicious the food was.
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