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El Gran Inka
Peruvian Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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Oleta Town Center 3155 NE 163rd St North Miami Beach, FL 33160
3155 Northeast 163rd StreetUSFloridaNorth Miami Beach33160
$$Peruvian Restaurant, Latin American Restaurant
Peruvian Restaurant
Latin American Restaurant
South American Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
EL GRAN INKA - Is providing a truly gastronomic and cultural experience, always maintaining a mystic and elegant environment that makes it unique and enjoyfull.
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Stylish chain link offering a range of ceviches & other Peruvian classics, pisco sours & Inca Kola.- Google
"I never knew that Peruvian food was that good!"
"Get the pisco sour."
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Kai Zhang
4 months ago
We had our worst dinning experience with this restaurant. The food is overpriced. Then the manager charged us $10 more for a seafood dish because he said the sea bass we requested costs $10 more. First, we did NOT request sea bass!!! Second, the menu does NOT say sea bass costs more! Then, this restaurant also forced us to pay 15% tips! What is worse, on the receipt it does not say the tips are already charged. We ended up paying two tips (25% of the total price)! Be aware of these traps.
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a year ago
i bought it as a groupon, 25 for 50 worth at the place, to begin, they had someone with a saxophone, obnoxiously loud and as i was listening to the waitress explain the " special " he kept on getting closer and closer and louder.... i had to wait 20 minutes to get my ceviche served ( restaurant was literally empty.......... but the biggest problem there. the price!! for i am talking about a plate with maybe quarter cup of rice and 4 grilled shrimps for 40 dollars!!!! are you kidding?? they called it the " in the special item " a bottle of sparkling water was 10 dollars, the waitress was never around and i always had to flag him to serve us water or what ever we needed, and the " gratuity was 20 dollars" i'd like to leave gratuity myself, based on the service i received.... over all, DO NOT BUYT THE GROUP ON, I ENDED UP PAYING 85 DOLLARS PLUS THE GROUP ON, THAT MAKES 110 FOR SUCH A MEDIOCRE PLACE, NOT EVEN A 5 STAR RESTAURANT.... SIMPLY UNHAPPY, AND I WILL NEVER GO THERE AGAIN..
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Nahir Gil
2 years ago
Quite simply the best peruvian food to date. A bit expensive but worth every penny! From the service to presentation it was devine. I frequent this place often as I have not found another that can beat it. Great for anniversarys b day etc.
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Monty Betancour
2 years ago
I am Peruvian myself so I want to believe that I have an educated "palate" for typical Peruvian food. Anyway, My fellow co-worker and I had just finished a job near The Gran Inka and felt like having a ceviche so we headed to this restaurant. When we got there, it look fairly empty ( lunch time) and we sat inside to get a good ceviche. We checked out the menu, and realized that prices were up there. Anyway we decided to get the days special because it had an "Asian Ceviche", which actually caught our attention. We were served a Chicken Causa, it tasted good, an Asian Ceviche wouldn't recommend it to any Peruvian, and 2 pitchers of Chicha Morada, and a delicious slice of Lucuma pie. The whole price of the lunch special was $ 19 per person. WE MADE THE BIG MISTAKE OF ORDERING 2 PITCHERS OF CHICHA MORADA, AND I REALLY RAISED HELL WHEN THE BROUGHT THE CHECK AND CHARGED ME THE RIP-OFF PRICE OF $ 36 FOR 2 PITCHERS OF CHICHA MORADA. You can hardly get 3 medium size glasses out of each one. I am not the kind of person who complaints about anything, but I think , this is outrageous, and felt compelled to write this review to warn other Peruvian people about this rip off price on this popular Peruvian drink. Come on, if you offer a lunch special, DON'T TRY TO MAKE UP YOUR PROFITS JACKING UP YOUR PRICES ON THE DRINKS! As upset about this crazy overcharge as I was, I still gave a 15% tip of the total bill to the waiter, so don't even think I am money tight!
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Soni Mar
a year ago
I used to go to the Brickell location and I never had any complaints, since that location closed, I thought I gave the Aventura location a try, bad idea, the food is still awesome but the service is horrible, very slow and I believe the waiter even looked down on my family and myself, I was willing to overlooked this because the food is amazing, I know I already mentioned it but it is truly amazing, until we were ready for the check and I mentioned we had a groupon, his demeanor got worst he basically ripped the print out our of my hand and left for about 20 minutes when he came back he had added a 20% tip on three person table and he never came back to check on us after that. It is a shame since the food is excellent but I think I can live without coming back to this restaurant.
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Monique Reis
a year ago
I never knew that Peruvian food was that good! Now I'm addicted! Gran Inka's ceviche is delish! Their lomo something (it's a pan fried beef tenderloin with tomatoes and fries) dish is also incredible. Now I'm addicted. This place is a bit pricy tho, I would need a lot of Groupons if I want to become a regular, otherwise it'll be a special occasions only place.
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Oscar Lezama
a year ago
One of my favorite restaurants. Service might be lacking a little professionalism at times but they make it up with great food. 8 times out of 10 service will be perfect.
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maggie viktoria
3 years ago
We came in for a nice dinner on Friday night. To begin with we had to wait for about 20 min to get seated meanwhile the restaurant was almost empty. The waiter was very rude and didn't introduce himself and spoke only and directly to my husband ignoring my presence entirely. Then we waited another 20 minutes for our drinks and were finally served our appetizer. The waiter didn't clean up the primary course and of course when the entree was served there was no room on the table so he had to back and bring fresh plates. He brought out the wrong dinner plate for my wife and proceeded to argue with us and had the manager involved who was extra rude. Finally when the final and correct meal was served and we were given our tab. He handwrote a receipt with am 8% sales tax. We argued against that and he said he had the right to charge this extra one percecnt because he was in a touristic area. Ivan the owner has zero customer service skills. In the time we were there three table next to ours also had similar disatisfaction. Would never go back there and I feel terrible for the people who have to endure that atmosphere particularly the workers. This story is not finishe because I will be reporting them to the IRS and the better business bureau.
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