Cuisine: Peruvian , Rotisserie Chicken , Steakhouses
Menu: View the Menu
Review By: Thomas Rafael
Chimu is dark and daring. A fine spot for Peruvian cuisine in the heart of Williamsburg. Black walls and lights that look like they came out of a high school science project add to the quirkiness of the place. Outside, strings of lights and a fountain add some festiveness to dining al fresco.
Start with some sangria with just a hint of cinnamon and cancha, Peruvian corn that is toasted and lightly salted. It's addictive. Traditional appetizers include Papa Rellena ($5.95), mashed potatoes stuffed with beef and olives, and Papa a la Huancaina ($5.95), boiled potatoes smothered in a cheese sauce that gets a bit of zip from chili peppers.
Hours: Mon-Sun: 10am-11pm
Entree Price: $10-15
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