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Imperio Inca in Norfolk's (Va.) Ghent

GotGarlic Oct 10, 2007 07:34 AM

Hi, all. Just wanted to mention, I recently had dinner with a couple of friends at Imperio Inca (Peruvian food) on 21st Street across from Gene Walters Marketplace. I loved it. I had an avocado salad (okay, just avocado added to a regular dinner salad with a tasty vinaigrette) and the Inca Ceviche - two flavors of lime-marinated fish served with cooked cold rounds of sweet potato and white potato, cold cooked corn (very large kernels - a type I hadn't seen before) and toasted corn. It was so good, I tried to make some at home and was somewhat successful, but I need to go back soon.

btw, they offered a *very* spicy side green sauce that one could add or not to the food. It was good, but *really* hot, and I like hot food.

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  1. chefsteveo Oct 10, 2007 10:17 AM

    Thanks for the update...I have been meaning to go there for dinner. What are the prices like, meaning do you feel cheated or slighted by portion size for the price? Any decent wines or drinks that they do very well?

    1. Amber in Norfolk Nov 27, 2007 04:39 AM

      Did you notice if they had much in the way of vegetarian options?

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