took my Mamacita here today for lunch, had the buffet, was my first time for Peruvian food, everything was delicious, nice clean little place, very friendly staff, will definitely be back again
Liliana said:February 25, 2013 12:22 pm PST
I'll be visiting this restaurant on the weekend. I'm from Peru and also cook peruvian dishes at home. My kids love it. My mom taught me how to cook; therefore, I can recognize an authentic Peruvian cousine/taste. My sister and brother own a very succesfull restaurant in Lima -thanks to my mom's cooking techniques.
I've been to the Pio restau. a couple of times. Their ceviche is just awesome; portion is too small though.
Looking forward to try Inti's version of 'pollo a la brasa' and 'pan con chicharron"; or even ceviche if they have it.
I will report on my visit to this restau. next week.
Paul & Magaly Thompson said:July 17, 2012 7:25 pm PST
My wife and I heard of Inti from a guy named Leo that worked at Home Depot......My wife is from Peru and I can honestly tell you that the food at Inti brought us back to Lima! As you may or may not know, Peru has some of the most diverse foods in the world and are renound for thier delicious dishes! The comment that my wife made to the chef was.....You make me cry with your cooking! Definately will be back! May I suggest you expand the menu to include Papa Rellena, aji de gallena, lomo a lo pobre and arroz con pollo. Keep up th egreat work!!!
John Ferguson said:June 5, 2012 7:59 am PST
Yeah, we're so glad to learn of this restaurant. We lived in Peru for two years. I fell in love with lomo saltado, ceviche, & pisco sours!
We'll be by to visit soon!
Alan McDonald said:June 3, 2012 11:57 am PST
The family who own and operate this exceptionally authentic Peruvian cuisine establishment are a husband and wife team of Chefs, with a passion to do what they do best. The husband (who is Peruvian) and wife clearly have the knack for putting the right spices and touch into every plate served. The wife (Angela) runs the front end, does her best to bring this exceptionally delicious food to every customer in a caring manner. This is not a fast food franchise and will therefore delight those tired of such hohumness.
My daughter was bold enough to inform me that the food at the Inti Restaurant is as good or superior to some of the finest dining choices in town. I have returned many times, but not normally alone. When something is this good, it needs to be shared.
What a wonderful place to call home for the people of South America, who journeyed this far to establish their roots within our Canadian culture. The atmosphere at Inti Restaurant brings out the warmth and love that the Peruvians enjoy as part of their tradition. For those lucky enough to travel in Peru, they know and understand that the golden touch has arrived.
Some similar dishes are available in many restaurants around town, but it is interesting to explain that the food is uniquely different in a way that allow the taste buds to back up 100% where words cannot always express. The chefs will continue being chefs and the front end of the restaurant will, with time, continue to improve, like good wine. Every effort has gone in to making sure that the customers enjoy their visits. I look forward to the simple ambiance that allows me to be part of the latest foreign experience right here at home. My sincerest best wishes go to the folks at the Inti Restaurant for a successful run. Angela will say, "As you can see, it is getting busy, so please put your hand in the air and flag us down”, and they are over to your table in a flash to ensure everyone is looked after!
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