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Inca & Gaucho Grill Restaurant Review: Inca & Gaucho Grill celebrates global cultural influences via its Latin American cuisine. Incan trappings and decorative accents along the walls of the colorful dining area set the stage for an extensive menu of grilled dishes and seafood. Start off with one of several regional soups such as the beef or chicken sopa “sustancia” with angel hair pasta. Consider as well the tamal, a corn pie stuffed with pork, eggs and olives; and the papa a la huancaina, slices of boiled potato on a bed of lettuce with boiled egg smothered in a creamy yellow cheese sauce. Stir-fried tripe is mixed with onions and tomatoes and plated over fries; for something more conventional, there’s the grilled steak served with sweet plantains, fried eggs and white rice. Regional wines and a variety of beers pair nicely with the diverse menu.