Traveling to Peru and Mexico in Hyannis

New restaurants come and go on Cape Cod and finding just the right niche is very difficult but if it comes from love, it can be unstoppable. I have been to Tumi Ceviche Bar and Restaurant in Hyannis several times and truely enjoyed my meals with every visit. So when I learned that they had another restaurant in Hyannis, it was challange to see if they could do it again and after several visits I can honestly say that Casa Peru Fusion is a must stop. The fusion is a mixture or peruvian and mexican/spanish crusine all served up fresh to order by a family who's love shines through to their presentation and flavor. If you are a little hestitant about trying something new they have a prix fix menu for just twenty dollars that will certainly convert you as a regular customer as it has done to me. They start you out with a choice of a glass of wine, beer or a margarita and  a choice of appetizer or taco, followed by entree and dessert. I love their Empanada which is a flaky puff pastry filled with a melt in your mouth chicken and cheese mixture and an aji amarillo drizzle, which is a mediuim spicy chille sauce. I have also tried the Carne A Sada which is a soft taco with grilled steak, onions, cilantro and a delicious chimichurri sauce, which is made from fresh parsley, garlic and vinegar, but sometimes they add oregano and crushed pepper for an added zing. It is a essential sauce for argentinean cooking and has been a cooking favorite of mine for grilled steak. The awesome fresh favor makes your steak dish come alive.If you are afraid of mexian spicy food then try the 1/2 Roasted Peruvian Chicken which is slow roasted after being marinated in beer and spices for 24 hours and served with mexican rice, Peruvian black beans and an avocado salad. The flavors totally blend to make this a very delicious and melt in your mouth dish. If you like beef than try the Churrasco A Lo Pobre which is a grilled skirt steak, served with a sunny side egg, salsa criolla, chimichurri and Tacu tacu (carmelized pinto beans and rice). They also serve burittos which are huge and will awaken your taste buds into a heavenly blend of herbs and spices as well as fajitas, enchiladas, and quesadillas. The dessert is the flavor of the day and their Fried Ice Cream which is just right way to end a meal that will make you feel like you have taken a trip off Cape to a Heavenly Spot called Casa Fusion which a fusion of love. Thanks Casa Fusion for all you do to make a dining experience awesome!!!!

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