Incas Peruvian Restaurant - Milford CT anyone been??
Inca's is just a bit more than a mile from our summer home, so we stopped by a couple of times in August. The food is very tasty, very inexpensive, and the place is a real family affair. It's one of those places that evokes "I hope they make it in this location but can't imagine how they will!" Most of the entrees are in the $10 - $15 range and while I can't tell you that the experience is memorable, it was a nice change of pace for an inexpensive dinner. Additionally, it is BYOB, so a family of 4 can easily dine for $50 - $60.
It's definitely worth a visit!
Yes. it is hidden and I hope it will last. The food as fine. We had been to Peru and wanted to be reminded of our experience and it did that.
Milford has become the restaurant capital of this part of Ct with many restaurants and almost all are good. A good town to stop in. For the record, to get to this Peruvian restaurant, one comes from Route 1 towards the Long Island Sound on Naugatuck until one reaches Milford Point Road. The restaurant is on that corner. We hope to find it open next weekend.
I had a meal at Incas a few weeks ago. The atmosphere is great. The people working in the restaurant are very nice. Food was pretty good - the soups with seafood were excellent. The prices are very moderate. Overall I would recommend Incas and I will be going back again.
Great tasting food, HUGE portions, excellent prices, outstanding service. Overall, great place to dine in. Also the the lomo and pollo saltado is excellent. Not too expensive and good service. if you come from 95 take exit 34 and make a right, at the 3rd light make a left and you will see the restaurant at you left hand side in a corner. the best thing its that is BYOB ...!!! Bring Your Own Bottle : - )
Just went tonight. Very nice inside. All the chicken and beef dishes are $10. Most of the seafood dishes are $13.
They start with hot rolls (homemade)?. Wife and son #1 got the Lomo. The beef, peppers and onions was served over fries and had a side of rice. I had the Beef Lomein Peruvian style. Son #2 had Chicken Milanesa which was simply a lightly breaded and fried chicken breast served with fries and rice. All of it tasted like home cooking. Nothing fancy but good home cooking. And for $10, it is a bargain.
I would say that the portions were not huge since we all finished every morsel and was looking for more. This is a great mid week $10 joint.
I would definitely go back.
Hey man just like Texas home cooking; instead of beans and rice, fries a nd rice, ubiquitious. Lotsa beef. Now a saltena beats any taco al to hell. Your just jealous that I've eaten BBQ'd cow's udder, guinea pig, monkey and iguana; now that's "authentic".
Seriously, lots of carbs are the sign of a 3rd world nation. Did Inca have yucca and planteno too? Were the French fries of unusually caliber? Did they have chicharone?
Tex, we just gotta do Two Hounds do the Number 7 Line (And youcan lead when 2 Hounds do Dallas). I'll take you to a place on Roosevelt Ave for cui (Guinea pig) and another in Sunnyside for saltenas and chicharon.
Wife and me had a second visit tonight. 8pm on a saturday, we were the only ones there. No one else in the restaurant. Bad omen? Later, two more tables were seated. First thing we noticed was the new menu with higher prices. Entrees went up about $3. Now most things are $13-$14.
My wife ordered the Parihuela- "Peruvian's best seafood soup". I had the Sopa de Pescado which was a "Homemade fish soup". Both soups had the same broth. A watery tomato flavorless broth. The seafood in the Parihuela had no taste or seasoning. The quality looked like the cheap frozen seafood you would see in a Chinese buffet. We were both disappointed with soups.
For Entree's, my wife (like the first trip) got the Lomo Saltado which was just ok. I ordered the Picante de Mariscos - Mixed seafood "in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian Pepper" . After tasting the seafood in the soups, I was regretting ordering seafood for the entree. And it turns out, for good reason. When the dish came out, I thought it was the same soup my wife had ordered! Same color broth, same seafood. The only difference was they added a touch of cream to the soup. Otherwise it was the same flavorless seafood, complete with minuscule shrimp that you would get in the 50/60 count bag at stop and shop. Really, really bad.The place looks like they are cutting corners with the food.
Like I mentioned before, for $10, it was good. Now, bad quality with higher prices, sorry to say we will never go there again. By the emptiness of the place, I am not the only one.
I GOT THE MENU!!
Authentic Peruvian Cuisine
333 Naugatuck Ave
Milford Ct, 06460
Phone: (203) 874-0505
APPETIZERS - ENTRADAS
Papa a la Huancaina
Sliced boiled potatoes topped with a slightly spicy cheese sauce. Garnished with lettuce, black olives, and a slice of hard boiled egg.
Yuca a la Huancaina
Sliced fried cassava with a slightly spicy cheese sauce. Garnished with lettuce, black
olives, and a slice of hard boiled egg.
Sliced boiled potatoes topped with a slightly spicy cheese Huacatay cream. Garnished with lettuce, black olives, a slice of hard boiled egg, and a boiled shrimp.
Causa Rellena de Pollo o Camaron
Specially prepared mashed potatoes filled with marinated chicken or shrimp.
Choros a la Chalaca
Fresh steamed mussels served open face on the half shell and topped with a special marinated onion and tomato.
Almejas a la Chalaca
Fresh steamed clams served open face on the half shell and topped with a special marinated onion and tomato.
Ceviche de Pescado
Fresh fish marinated and cooked in lime juice. Served with lettuce, yams, corn, and cancha.
Ceviche de Camaron
Fresh shrimp marinated in lime juice. Served with lettuce, yams, corn, and cancha.
Fresh fish with a variety of seafood (shrimp, squid, octopus, and mussels) marinated in lime juice. Served with lettuce, yams, sweet potato, and cancha.
Tiradito de Pescado
Fresh fish marinated and cooked in lime juice and special Peruvian yellow pepper. Served with lettuce, yams, sweet potato and cancha.
Fried Calamari served with fried yucca.
Chicharron de Pescado
Light breaded and crispy fish served with fried yuca.
Chicharron de Pollo
Breaded pieces of chicken breast served with french-fries
Chicharron de Camarones
Light breaded and crispy jumbo shrimp served with fried yuca or French fries.
SALADS - ENSALADAS
Ensalada de casa
Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, beets and olives in a Italian dressing.
Marinated onions and tomatoes
Avocaddo salad served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, beets and olives in a Italian dressing.
Ensalada de Camaron
Shrimp Salad (Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, green peppers, olives, beets, boiled egg and shrimp in a homemade dressing.
Ensalada de Pulpo
Octopus Salad (Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, green peppers, olives, beets, boiled egg and octopus in a homemade dressing.)
Ensalada de Pescado
Fish Salad (Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, green peppers, olives, beets, boiled egg and grill fish filet in homemade dressing.)
Ensalada de Mariscos
Seafood Salad (Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, green peppers, olives, beets, boiled egg , calamari, shrimp, mussels, clams, octopus in homemade dressing.)
SOUPS - SOPAS
Peruvian’s best seafood soup (a mixture of fish, calamari, shrimp, mussel, clams and crab)
Chupe de Camarones
Peruvian shrimp chowder served with onions, tomatoes and noodles.
Sopa de Pescado
Homemade fish soup served with onions, tomatoes and noodles.
Sopa de Choros
Homemade mussel soup served with onions, tomatoes and noodles.
Sopa de Almejas
Homemade clam soup served with onions, tomatoes and noodles.
Crab and Fish broth flavored with garlic and garnish with fresh cilantro.
Sopa Sustancia de Pollo o Carne
Peruvian chicken or beef noodle soup with vegetables and potatoes.
CHICKEN AND BEEF
Pollo a la Brasa
Peruvian style rotisserie chicken served with salad and french-fries
Strips of Chicken sautéed with onions, tomatoes and french-fries served with white rice.
Milanesa de Pollo
Breaded chicken cutlets served with salad and white rice
Tallarin Saltado de Pollo
Chicken LoMein Peruvian style (spaghetti sautéed with strips of chicken breast, onions, tomatoes and green peppers.)
Arroz Chaufa de Pollo
Chicken fried rice Peruvian style served with vegetables and scrambled eggs.
Pollo en salsa de Champiñones
Grilled Chicken breast in a mushroom sauce.
Traditional beef tenderloin sautéed with onions, tomatoes served with french-fries and white rice
Chuleta de Cerdo
Grilled pork chops served with salad and white rice.
Bisteck a la Milanesa
Breaded pepper steak served with salad white rice.
Sautéed pepper steak with onion and tomatoes served with salad and white rice
Tallarin Saltado de Carne
Beef Lomein Peruvian Style
Arroz Chaufa de Carne
Beef fried rice Peruvian sytyle
Bisteck a lo Pobre
Juicy pan fried steak served with french-fries, sweet plantains, rice and fried eggs
Tallarin Verde con Bistec
Pan steak with a serving of our four spinach, basil pest spaghetti (also available with chicken).
Tallarin a la Huancaina con Bisec
Pan steak with spaghetti with a special cheesy Huancaina sauce.
Fish and Seafood - Pescado y Mariscos
Pescado al Ajo
Fried fish filet covered by a creamy garlic sauce served with white rice.
Saltado de Pescado
sautéed sliced fish filet with onions, tomatoes served with french-fries and white rice
Jalea de Pescado
Breaded & Crispy sliced fish filet topped with marinated onion salad served with fried yuca
Filete de Pescado Frito
Lightly fried fish filet served with salad and white rice.
Pescado a la Chorrillana
Lightly fried fish filet sautéed with vegetables served with white rice.
Arroz Chaufa de Pescado
Fish fried rice Peruvian style served with vegetables and scrambled eggs.
Picante de Mariscos
Shrimp, Calamari, mussels ,clams, crab in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian pepper, served with white rice.
Picante de Camarones
Jumbo shrimps in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian pepper, served with white rice.
Tallarin Saltado de Mariscos
Seafood LoMein Peruvian style (spaghetti sautéed with calamari, shrimp, mussels, clams, crap, onions, tomatoes and green peppers.)
Tallarin Saltado de Camarones
Shrimp LoMein Peruvian style (spaghetti sautéed with jumbo shrimps onions, tomatoes and green peppers.)
Arroz con Mariscos
Peruvian style seafood paella
Arroz con Camarones
Peruvian style Shrimp paella
Saltado de Mariscos
Seafood sautéed with onions, tomatoes and green peppers served with french-fries and white rice.
Saltado de Camarones
Shrimp sautéed with onions, tomatoes and green peppers served with french-fries and white rice.
Arroz Chaufa de Mariscos
Seafood fried rice Peruvian style served with vegetables and scrambled eggs.
Arroz Chaufa de Camarones
Shrimp fried rice Peruvian style served with vegetables and scrambled eggs.
HOUSE SPECIALTIES - Especialidad de la Casa
Camarones al Ajo
Shrimps in a creamy garlic sauce
Arroz Chaufa de Langosta
Lobster fried rice Peruvian style served with vegetables and scrambled eggs.
Paella de Langosta
Lobster paella Peruvian style
Cola de langosta rellena de Camarones
Steam Lobster tail with shrimps in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian pepper, served with white rice.
Cola de langosta rellena de Mariscos
Steam Lobster tail with shrimp, Calamari, mussels ,clams, crab in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian pepper, served with white rice.
Salmon con vegetales
Grilled Salmon with steam vegetables served with white rice.
Pescado a lo Macho
Lightly fried fish filet cover by shrimps, Calamari, mussels ,clams, crab in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian pepper, served with white rice.
Pescado en salsa de Camarones
Lightly fried fish filet cover by jumbo shrimps in a creamy homemade sauce flavored with a slightly spicy Peruvian pepper served with white rice
Red Snapper Frito o Sudado
Fried of Steam whole Red Snapper
Sudado de mariscos
Steamed seafood with vegetables served with white rice
Breaded & Crispy shrimp, calamari, mussels, clams, fish & crab served with fried yuca and marinated onios.
Sword fish en salsa de Limon
Steamed Sword fish in a lemon sauce with vegetables and white rice.
Tacu Tacu con Mariscos
Seasoned rice and beans with a special seafood sauce
Tacu con Camarones
Seasoned rice and beans with a special shrimp sauce.
KIDS MENU -NOT DONE YET
Pollo a la Braza
WEEKEND SPECIALS- Especialides de fin de Semana
Mondonquito a la Italiana
Aji de Gallina
Seco de Pollo
Cabrito a la Nortena
Seco de Cabrito
Arroz con Pollo
Arroz con Pato
Escabeche de Pescado
Desserts - Postres
Arroz con Leche
Three Milk cake
Helado de Lucuma
Lucuma Ice cream
Pie de limon
Peruvian Purple corn dessert
HOPE THIS HELPS A LITTLE :)
I went here for lunch today w/my Peruvian dad.
We had Lomo saltado & Jalea especial w/ diet Inka kolas.
The lomo was very good - flavor was spot on, portion size a touch smaller than I've seen but for $10.00 no complaints. It did seem a little steamed v. stirfried but it was freshly made and tasted exactly as it should.
Jalea especial (a mixed fried seafood platter with pickled onions & fried yucca). Excellent breading light & crisp lots of seafood - perfect!
We were too full for dessert but my dad is going back tomorrow for escabeche & papas rellenas.
I call it just as good as Fiesta in Norwalk/stamford and the setting is very nice. (my mom wouldn't wrinkle her nose at it for sure)
Thanks all for recommending!! We'll be back next week with the inlaws to tackle the ceviches.
I've eaten here an handful of times now. I consider it to be average to good. It's reasonably priced. The decor is very nice for the price. Sometimes there's a little bit of a language barrier if you only speak English. My dining partner really likes it there. I know it's off topic, but Aldario's, which is about a stone's throw away has amazing Italian food for the price. I was thinking of trying Costa Azzura (spelling?) down on the water near St. Gabrial's Church, but never hear much about it.
As previously noted, our summer home is near Inca's, Aldario's, and Costa Azzura, and it's been several years since we visited the latter. I guess it's just us, but we find the interior of CA to be very depressing - the "stalagmites and stalagtites" decor is just too old and dated, and it seemed as if every time we ate there, the tablecloth was either torn, stained, or both! For pretty much the same $$, we think that Aldario's is a far superior choice all the way around. For years, many of us who live nearby have commented that it's too bad that with the primo location, the owners of CA (who happen to be the same family - the Faustinis - that own Aldario's) have never done anything to update their facility.