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Posted by Eat Out Often on 12/14/2014
I do like the Peruvian rotisserie chicken...and Inti does not disappoint. The accompanying green sauce, which we ordered spicy, was a fine accompaniment. Our Pisco cocktails were refreshing and two of them packed a nice punch. We shared the Cerviche Mixto and the Causa De Cangrejo which were both tasty. Next time I might prefer the Cerviche de Corvina as I prefer just the fish chunks and not the other seafood. The whole chicken was served piping hot and perfectly browned. The Inti salad was a cooling side to our choice of the spicy sauce for the chicken, but could have used a bit more dressing. The service was attentive. Noticed other diners were having seafood main courses which looked plentiful. We were asked if we had any type of dining deal, which we didn't, and all proceeded fine. Inti is reasonably priced (drinks included) so I think it's worth trying even without any type of dining deal.
Posted by cheryl on 11/23/2014
We were visiting NYC and had wonderful food and service through a promotion. I love Inti NYC and highly recommend it.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2012
Best ceviche I've had in years. also had arroz chaufa with chicken, felt like I was back in Lima. Our waiter was awesome.
Posted by kilo on 06/19/2012
My 1st review pointed out the need for food tweaking --- that was april. it is now june, we have been back many times & happy to report Inti got their groove on in the kitchen & the food now on point. service wonderful. prices on point as well. Still BYOB - but, there's a wine store 2 doors down - no biggie. I hope they make it - it's a great value for palette & pocketbook.
Posted by Food lover on 05/24/2012
I loved the Appetizers Causa De Cangrejo sculptured mash yellow potato stuffed with layers of Peruvian style crab meat, avocado and onion delicious along with the ciltantro based side dressing. Main course Picante De Camarones shrimp sauteed in garlic, onion and tomatoes sauce, brandy, served with Quinoa… simply delicious. The flan was perfect not eggy tasting at all. Do try the Chicha Morada, a typical Peruvian drink. I also enjoyed the free popcorn tasting roasted corn. On another occasion, I tried the Arroz Chufa Peruvian style Chinese fried rice mixed with eggs, onions and soy sauce, served with shrimp along with sweet plantains. We simply loved it. The restaurant had a party of over 20 and we still had great service despite a private party going on. They also raved about the food. I would suggest trying all the typical dishes first and asking servers for their suggestion. The servers were excellent and gave a great descriptions of the dishes. I will definitely return with a large group of friends so we can try more typical Peruvian dishes. A must to add to your list of NYC restaurants.
Posted by S on 05/22/2012
Just happend into Inti whie walking along 10th. Looked at the cleanliness of the restaurant. Waitress was attentive and prices were fair. Two of us shared two appitizers and a small portion of the Jelea...lightly fried calamari, shrimp and white fish. All was delicious and so much that we had to stop ourselves. We've been to mamy other Peruvian Restaurants and this ranks right up there. If you've never tried Peruvian food don't be afraid to try it...you'll be hooked!
Posted by kilo on 04/29/2012
my husband & i live around the corner from INTI & decided to try for a light dinner. we were happy to see it busier than usual...often it's empty. it's a hard block of 10th avenue to open a restaurant. no liquor license yet, so we brought our own. it's a lovely atmosphere, music wasnt obtrusive & the waitress (only 1) was working like lightning & very pleasant. husband had the Inti salad, which was huge & only disappointment was unripe tomatoes; rice & beans (pinto beans seasoned perfectly) i had the grilled seafood salad, which was a perfect size portion, and again seasoned perfectly, tho the octopus needed to be marinated longer for less chewiness. we also ordered yucca frites and that was the real reason for a 3.0 on the food --- they were fried into oblivion. we ate 2 and then left the rest. that being said, we will be back. it's a sweet place. the food needs to be tweaked in order to compete with what is currently thriving in hell's kitchen.