February 2009

There’s plenty of good beef available and market prices are a little lower than they were this time last year. Whether that translates into menu prices remains to be seen, but it would be hard to find a better-value meatfest than the one at La Parrillada. This popular Peruvian restaurant treats its meat simply and serves it generously on platters known as parrilladas. They arrive groaning with steaks, chorizo sausages, pork and lamb chops as well as beef and pork ribs. There’s a little salad, chips and sauces for meat relief. For those not wanting to mix their proteins, there’s a straight chicken and a straight lamb version, as well as steaks.

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