With owners Jimmy and Reina Arias hailing from Peru, Inkawasi is as close to traditional as you can get without hopping a flight to Lima. The pair have recently relocated the eatery from Fruitville to Main Street Lakewood Ranch. When you go, try the fan-favorite lomo saltado
– a flame-cooked beef with tomatoes, onions, white rice and cilantro – and the authentic Peruvian beer Cusquena that’s made with water from the Andes Mountains.
If you love to support local small businesses, stop into this great restaurant and enjoy the authentic dishes that Jimmy prepares. And feel free to leave comments below!