16 "Peruvian" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Half Southern, half Peruvian, de Porres is a dinner party and delivery pop-up by Pablo Osorio and Danielle Bell.
Chifa is a tremendous - and tremendously adorable - Chinese-Peruvian restaurant in Eagle Rock.
Yapa is a very good Peruvian-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo that’s perfect for any kind of date night.
Pollo A La Brasa is not only the best Peruvian-style chicken spot in Koreatown, it’s one of the best places to eat in the entire neighborhood.
Los Balcones in Studio City is a popoular restaurant with very good Mestizo - Peruvian and Spanish-influenced - food.
La Tostaderia is a Peruvian spot serving ceviche and seafood tacos in Downtown LA’s Grand Central Market.
Kotosh is a Peruvian-Japanese spot in a Lomita strip mall that manages to do two pretty different cuisines pretty well.
El Pollo Inka is a casual Peruvian spot with excellent food, and the original Lawndale location is a party most days of the week.
Matsuhisa is the Beverly Hills restaurant that launched the Nobu empire, and there’s no sushi place that feels more LA.
Tomboloco is a little Peruvian restaurant in East Hollywood that makes for an excellent, affordable lunch.
Rosaliné is a fun, convenient Peruvian spot in the heart of West Hollywood and a place you’ll find yourself at quite a bit.
Caveman Kitchen in West Adams is usually full of USC students eating fresh, fast Peruvian-American food.
If you're hungry at the Venice Boardwalk, don't settle for a sub-par burger: El Huarique is offering excellent Peruvian ceviche.