Mancora Restaurant and Bar brings you to the heart of what was once the Inca Empire, with authentic Peruvian and Latin American cuisine and a warm, friendly, homey atmosphere.
Peruvian food has evolved over the years with influences brought in by immigrants from the world over, including Spain,… China, Italy, Germany, Japan and Africa. Using the traditional staples from Peru and Spain, mainly corn, potatoes, chili peppers, rice, wheat, seafood and meats, Mancora Chef Enrique Peraldo skews classics toward the mainstream, presenting unique and tasteful culinary offerings now becoming quite popular to the American palate. Among the most popular is "ceviche" - a dish of seafood marinated in citrus. Mancora welcomes you to Peru at its best in the East Village.