Restaurant Review: Casa Peru Fusion-Mexican Kitchen

Authentic ethnic recipes, skillfully prepared with fresh ingredients
Chef-Owner Jorge Siguencia provided friendly, professional service (CCToday photo)

There's no need to travel to Peru or Mexico now that this wonderful restaurant opened two months ago.

We stopped at Casa Peru Fusion-Mexican Kitchen the other night for dinner and glad we did.

The small restaurant is very cozy, colorful and welcoming. There's a large bar with many people eating and drinking everything from Mexican beer to large pitchers of delicious margaritas.

We sat in a window seat overlooking Main Street and a waiter immediately placed a basket of homemade chips and delicious salsa. It was difficult to choose from the many dishes offered.
 
We started with the tortilla soup with guajillo broth, chicken, vegetables, crispy tortilla and avocado.

For an entree my husband chose the Parihuela, a famous Peruvian dish with scallops, mussels, shrimp, octopus, cod fish in aji panca broth, cilantro served with roasted garlic rice.  

I chose the Veracruzana which is haddock with verperuz sauce (onions, capers, olives, tomato fish broth) served with Mexican rice and salad. 

We were served by the owner, Jorge Siguencia, who also owns another very popular restaurant on Main Street called Tumi Ceviche Bar Ristorante.

See photos below.

We were too stuffed to order dessert.

The meals were made from authentic ethnic recipes skillfully prepared with fresh ingredients. We will defiantly return to try other dishes including a 3 course prefix menu for only $25. which includes a margarita, wine or beer.

If You Go:  

Casa Peru Fusion-Mexican Kitchen
302 Main Street, Hyannis 774-470-6197
www.casaperumexicankitchen.com
Open daily for dinner at 4:30


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