Catering >El Inca
605 Cold Spring Dr, Antioch, TN | Directions 3701336.080070 -86.620848
Neighborhoods: Priest Lake Meadows
Restaruant closed November, 2007. (and wrong address - do not drive to Cold Spring Drive!) – This wonderful restaurant closed it's doors in November, 2007. The Cold Spring Drive address is wrong, so don't drive there. It WAS actually on Murfreesboro Road, but it is closed now.
NOT THE RIGHT ADDRESS – My boyfriend and I drove all the way from Cookeville using the directions given on this site. Do you want to know where we wound up? In a neighborhood in Antioch, and let's just say, there was no Peruvian restaurant in site. Word to the wise for City Search.....get your directions right before posting them on the Internet!
El Sabor Del Peru Pues! – If you like Peruvian Food, visit this place. If you haven't tried Peruvian food, give it a try. My favorite Chicharon De Pollo(chicken platter) and Chicharon de pescado(fish platter). Oh, and the PARIHUELA(Seafood Soup). Also, give INCA cola a try. I have been to Peru 5 times and this little restraunt gives a little taste of Peru to Nashville without having to go far.
Excellent Peruvian food – The food is good and plentiful with an authentic Peruvian taste, the staff is friendly and attentive, and the restaurant is clean. Pay no attention to the address and directions. El Inca is located beside the K-Mart on Murfreesboro Road near Nashboro Village area.
Little Peruvian hideaway known for cheap food and friendly service. – In Short
In this little storefront accented with a colorful painted mural of Machu Picchu you'll quickly succumb to the exuberant staff eager to share their native Peruvian cuisine. Rollicking Andean flute floats through the no-frills, ultra clean interior. The varied menu features seviche de pescado, lemony marinated fish and wood rotisserie chicken. Adventurous diners don't miss the unusual Choclo--Peruvian starchy corn with giant marble-sized kernels. A dousing of creamy hot cilantro Aja salsa finishes it off.
good food. questionable service. – Food is authentic and tastes good, but servers are generally not very friendly. I've eaten there 5-6 times, and almost every time, I feel as if I'm hassling the waitress to even ask for a packet of mayonnaise or something. They often run out of things and will substitute (or leave things out) at their own discretion. Overpriced for the quality/type of food that they serve. No kid's menu and few choices for them - my daughter had to order "salchipapas" (cut-up hot dogs and french fries) from the appetizer menu. Fried fish was crispy and delicious but left me wanting more. Seviche, rice (and french fries-strangely enough) are also very good. Did NOT like the roasted chicken, which left a strange aftertaste. Wish they offered fountain drinks and homemade tea, rather than the bottled drinks (and no free refills) that they serve.
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