Where to eat Peruvian food in Hawaiian Gardens: The Best Restaurants and Bars

October 6, 2019 Velvet Champine

Find out what Peruvian restaurants to try in Hawaiian Gardens. Hawaiian Gardens is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It is the smallest city in the county (approximately 1.0 mi²) and was incorporated on April 9, 1964. The population was 14,254 at the 2010 census, down from 14,779 at the 2000 census.
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1. Charo's Peruvian Cuisine

7563 Carson Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808-2365 Peruvian, Latin, Spanish, South American Dinner, Lunch Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Table Service +1 562-627-0087 http://charosperucuisine.com/
Charo's Peruvian Cuisine

Reviewed By george p

The Ceviche Mixto is Peruvian style with white fish, large shrimp, and calamari rings marinated in a tangerine citrus base served with thinly sliced red onions and fried corn kernels. It is very light and refreshing. We also had the chicharron chicken, as well as the empanadas. All were very good. Service is friendly and efficient!

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2. Pollo Inka Express

12110 Carson St, Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716-1108 Peruvian, Latin, Fast Food, South American Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover [email protected] +1 562-444-5522 http://www.polloinkaexpress.com
Pollo Inka Express

Authentic flavors of Peruvian cuisine with friendly service and unbeatable prices. Dine in, order via phone/online, order to go or use our drive thru. We also specialize in catering and party trays. Our family has a lifetime of experience creating the sig

Reviewed By Ron K

I've gotten take-out from this place several times and really enjoy the food. However, on a recent Thursday night I called in the order. After the phone rang 7-8 times a woman answered. She took my order and said to pick up my food in 20 minutes because the kitchen was "busy". I waited and drove several miles to the restaurant. Although there were 4-5 workers running around like their heads were cut off I waited another 10 minutes as the counter for someone to approach me. Several looked my way, but no one came over. Finally, a woman came to the register and I gave her my name. She rushed off and 5 minutes later a man who appeared to be the "manager" came and said they had not put my order in and it would take another 15 minutes. I couldn't believe it. He didn't even offer me a discount or an apology. I told him to forget it. I don't plan to ever do business with this establishment again.Hi Ron,I am very sorry to hear about your experience. Our goal is to give everyone a five star experience. A take out order should be ready in 15 minutes. We should never lose and order, but if we do, we should apologize, take care of you immediately and give you a discount. I would like to work with the team to make sure that this doesn't happen again. Can you please let us know the exact Thursday this occurred so we can give the individuals working that evening additional training?Dan

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3. El Rocoto

11433 South St, Cerritos, CA 90703-6600 Peruvian, Latin, Spanish, South American Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service [email protected] +1 562-924-1919 http://www.elrocoto.com/
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4 based on 34 reviews

El Rocoto

Reviewed By panamex

Have not eaten here in over a year but felt like some Peruvian cuisine. First of all the window had a sign "dishwasher needed, preparer needed and cook needed". The restaurant had been painted and looked fresh and bright. But looking at the menu the prices had increased. The drinks also increased. I ordered a merlot and it was very good. I ordered the famous causitas and was very disappointed. The shrimp on one of the appetizer had frozen shrimp which was still frozen. The shrimp was also farm raised based on their taste. The causitas had also shrank in size. The small salad was also a little watery. The bread was not the crispy style they yes to have and the rice with the chicken dish was undercooked and hard. The sign gave me a clue but I ate there anyway. I'm going to look for a new Peruvian Restaurant.....

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