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Inca Trail Peruvian Restaurant

10948 N. May Ave. (W. Hefner Rd.) Send to Phone
Inca Trail brings Peruvian culinary culture to Oklahoma City.


Lunch daily, Dinner Mon.-Sat.
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

Inca Trail Peruvian Restaurant Restaurant Review

: Greeted by friendly servers wielding cups of traditional, complimentary chicken soup, it’s hard not to feel instantly welcome at this unique Peruvian fusion restaurant. Begin with a glass of maracuya --- a passion fruit juice --- to get into a South American mindset. Be sure to sample the menu items unfamiliar to most Oklahomans; these are the specialties of chef Niel Zambrano. The papa a la huancaina is a cheesy potato salad brightly colored by yellow bell peppers. Rich and smoky pollo a la brasa falls off the bone and is well paired with cilantro rice and a salad. However, our favorite is the tacu tacu, a flavorful mixture of beans and rice; it's wholly satisfying on its own, but it comes paired with steak, cilantro lime salsa and sweet fried plantains. All of the dishes are attractively plated and reasonably priced.

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