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The Inkan Restaurant & Pisco Bar opens Garden City Park

The Inkan Restaurant & Pisco Bar has opened

The Inkan Restaurant & Pisco Bar has opened in Garden City Park, serving dishes like papa huancaina, Chinese-Peruvian fried rice and pollo a la brasa. Photo Credit: The Inkan

The Inkan Restaurant & Pisco Bar has opened in Garden City Park, a sibling to the flagship of the same name in Long Island City.

Jorge Loaiza and Mercedes Altamirano and family opened the restaurant in what had been My Favorite Tapas Bar, a Portuguese restaurant.

The menu features starters like Peruvian anticucho (beef hearts), papa huancaina (potatoes in a yellow pepper sauce), and maiz a la parrilla (Peruvian corn) for $3.50 to $11.99.

Seafood includes variations on ceviche as well as chaufa, Peruvian-Chinese fried rice studded with fish, for $13.99 to $19.99.

Meats range from lomo saltado (pepper steak with rice and french fries) to the bandeja special with steak, rice and beans, plantains, egg and pork rind.

The Peruvian-style chicken, always a bestseller, runs from $6.99 for a half chicken to $11.99 for a whole.

With seating for 40 people, the restaurant and bar are open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and noon to 9 p.m. on Sunday.

2224 Jericho Tpke., Garden City Park, 516-741-3747, theinkanli.com

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