Peruvian 6-Course Cocktail Dinner
Saturday, July 22, 2023
Take your taste buds on a Peruvian tour paired with Pisco-based cocktails in this 6-course Peruvian Cocktail Dinner in Pink Restaurant
$69.95 per person
Summer Salad. beans / cheese / olive / tomato / onion
Paired with Pisco Apricot Tropical
This dish hails from the city of Arequipa, a beautiful southern region in the Peruvian mountains.
|ANTICUCHOS DE CARNE
Beef skewers covered in spicy aji sauce.
Paired with Pisco Sour
These skewers, traditionally made with beef heart, are a popular Peruvian street food.
Chicken and potato mini casserole. yellow chili / red peppers / olives / mayo glaze
Paired with Passonfruit Chilcano
This dish was sold in the corners of the Limean streets as a way to contribute to the cause for Peruvian independance.
|PESCADO A LO MACHO
Spicy Seafood Stew. Flounder / Shellfish / White Rice
Paired with Pisco Punch
Fragrant, lightly spicy and hearty seafood sauce that is very popular all along the coast of Peru.
Beef Stew. Cilantro Sauce / Lima Bean Puree / Salsa Criolla
Paired with Desert Breeze
Popular Peruvian dish typical of the coastal region with roots dating back to colonial times.
|SUSPIRO DE LIMEÑA
Creamy Peruvian Pudding. Port Flavored Meringue / Touch Of Cinnamon
Paired with Pisco Collins
A Peruvian poet named this delicacy as such because it is soft and sweet like the sigh of a woman.
About the cocktail base, Pisco
Pisco brandy is only made in Chile and Peru, and Pisco Porton specifically is made in Hacienda La Caravedo in Ica, Peru. Pisco is technically an unaged brandy obtained from the distillation of recently fermented Peruvian grape musts and juices therefore, like brandy, it smells and tastes a little like burnt wine. Grape notes comes from more than 15 pounds of grapes in every bottle of regular pisco. Some relate it to Tequila because of its similar herbal and almost earthy flavours.
Download the full page menu here
21+ to consume alcohol. Price excludes tax and gratuity.Reservations