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A restaurant specializing in Peruvian cuisine is coming to the Hotel RL Washington DC. The director of sales of the hotel confirmed the information today. It will be the third Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar in the country. There are already locations in Miami and Doral, Florida.
The large restaurant will have seating for about 230 people and is currently under construction.
The menus from the other locations indicate that the cuisine will span an array of ceviches, starters like empanadas and tostones, and larger plates such as lomo saltado featuring stir-fried tenderloin, soy sauce, onions, tomato wedges, rice, and fries. They appear to embrace elements of Chifa cuisine, which combines the flavors and techniques of Peruvian and Chinese cooking. The restaurant serves Chifa fried rice with calamari and shrimp, for example.
Drinks include pitchers of sangria, pisco sours, and an array of wine and beer.
Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar, 1823 L St. NW; piscoynazca.com