La Vicharra Grill brings the singular cuisine of Peru to Glen Cove.

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Aeropuerto con carne, fried rice with linguine and bits of meat at La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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The exterior of La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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Chef Pablo Castillo prepares Aeropuerto Con Carne at La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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Marinated raw sea bass, octopus, squid and shrimp are  served with sweet potatoes and corn in the ceviche mixto at La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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Pescado a lo macho is a generous fillet of fried seabass napped with a seafood sauce and garnished with shrimp, squid and mussels at La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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Huancaina-style potatoes, blanketed in a creamy, slightly spicy cheese sauce, are a classic Peruvian starter at La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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Only the dark meat is used for pollada, Peruvian style fried chicken, at La Vicharra Grill in Glen Cove.

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