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About INTI NYC Restaurant
INTI NYC Restaurant offers great Latin food for takeout and delivery with convenient online ordering. Appetizers, salads, soups, main entrees, sides, desserts and classic Peruvian beverages are all available on the INTI NYC Restaurant menu.
A popular appetizer at INTI NYC Restaurant is the ceviche mixto, which includes shrimp, calamari, octopus, and fresh fish chunks that is marinated in lime juice. It is served with baby corn and sweet potatoes. The ceviche de corvina is similar with just the fresh fish chunks. Peruvian style seafood soup makes a great starter. Don’t forget to order the chica morado, a traditional Peruvian drink made from purple corn and finish with tres leches cake for dessert.
New York, NY 10019
Hours of Operation:
55th and 54th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We would be happy to cater your next corporate or family affair. We can customize any menu to suit your needs.
Street or private lot.
50 St (A, C, E) 59 St - Columbus Circle (1, 2, A, B, C, D) 50 St (1, 2)
INTI NYC Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Amazing Food, INTI greatly exceed our expectations.
Monday evening, typical slow night in Manhattan, we came in 9 pm and they confirmed upon late until 11 pm. Started with a Manhattan and a Mojito before vino; both were the best we've had in NYC and we live here. (I came for food, but am also a Mojito snob; this was the best I can recall ever having, among many dozens (hundreds?).
Next had ceviche mixto appetizer; large pieces of fish were delicious and slightly spicy - nice. Then had grilled seafood and my partner had camarones (shrimp). This is Peruvian food done right. Reasonbly sized portions; not huge but perfect. Had wine by the glass which was very inexpensive; even the simple Tempranillo ($10) was delicious; entire meal was 30-40% less than we pay elswhere in Manhattan but more delicious than most. Will most certainly be back. Oh, and you could simply stop by for a Mojito and sit at the bar ... I will ...
There were six of us for dinner. The outdoor temperature was 40 F, and there was no heat in the restaurant. The restaurant had our phone number through our reservation, but they did not notify us that their heating system was broken. Furthermore, they did not tell us before they seated us and began taking our order. Only when we asked the them to turn the heat up did the waiter inform us that the heating was broken. We all suffered through a miserable meal in the cold. I do not recommend this restaurant in any season. Awful place.
My wife, initially skeptical of my choice of restaurant, was pleasantly surprised. We each got different shrimp dishes and the cream sauces were spectacular.
Unfortunately it took about as long between finishing our meal and getting our check as it did between placing our order and getting our food. My dad eventually went up to the counter and asked for the check, and then had to go back up to the counter to pay.
One waiter for the whole restaurant and no bartender. Took forever to be greeted. Lone wait for overly sweet pitcher of sangria and didn't get our second until we were nearly finished with out entre. Most of the entrees out of six has some kind do cream sauce. The lighting was so bright it was like eating in an interigation. If you want great Peruvian foods go to Pio Pio.
We got there at 4:45 & were the ONLY ones there. I had no idea that they got their liquor license, since there was no posting on any site. The mgr said I could pay $10 corkage fee instead of $12. We left since the mgr made a very bad business decision and there are numerous byob restaurants in the vicinity. Why not say no corkage fee this time, especially since it was empty? Will probably not be returning, since obviously the customer isn't valued.
The food was great. I've been here twice now, both times in the late afternoon when I didn't think it would be so busy. Both times the waiter seemed like he was running the place by himself, so service took longer than I thought it would. No complaints about the quality of his service when he did come by.
I had been craving Peruvian food for quite sometime, and I believe I have found the restaurant to satisfy that craving. The food was authentic and very good. I had the Lomo Saltado and the steak was succulent, while the sauce that enveloped the rice and fires was simply superb. I definitely recommend this place for anyone looking for a lot of food for a reasonable price.
Amazing Peruvian food though ambience left something to be desired. I went here with my girlfriend on a Friday night. It was some of the best Peruvian food I've had in New York (try the ceviche!) but the environment was quite bustling and not the greatest. The best feature was the fact that it was BYOB and we saved a bunch of money with our BYOB.
My date and I found the venue to be absolutely wonderful. It was close to the show we attended on 47th. It was a lovely walk to and from. But the best part was the food, followed closely by the service. Granted it was late and there was only two other guests, but we were seated and served quickly.
I had a shrimp dish that was divine......I will go back......loved it!
The food was tasty but not outstanding. The tough lamb shank could have used another couple hours of braising. The main courses arrived as we were eating our appetizers which were miniscule portions of calamari. We didn't complain because we were there with a discount certificate but the regular menu seemed very overpriced. With so many Thai restaurants on 9th Ave, one could do much better.
Inti serves excellent Peruvian staples in a pleasant neighborhood place. Ceviches and roast chicken--two common Peruvian dishes--are well done. The chicken comes with lots of sides--plantains, fries, tomato and avocado salad--with a superb, hot green sauce. For those who live close enough to order take out, that is a special bonus. Service is very attentive and unobtrusive.
It was a quiet pleasantly decorated place with a friendly staff. the food that we ordered was very good. The Ceviche de Corvina was fresh and just the right amount of lime. My lady and I ordered Salmon and Tilapia. The food was well seasoned and presented nicely with a good hot sausce to add extra bite if needed. the desserts were your basci flan and tres leches, both good.
There were positive and negative things about this restaurant. Let's begin with the good - the food was really good. The rotisserie chicken was moist and delicious. The shrimp with rice was almost as good. The flan and the tres leches cake were one of the best that I have tasted. Everything was reasonably priced. The wait staff was nice. Now for the bad - the service was terrible. The wait staff was untrained and inattentive. We had to wait an hour before our food arrived. The entrees came before the appetizer. We ordered a whole chicken and got a half chicken as an entree. Everything took so long that we had to rush through our meal. Not recommended as a pre-theater spot. Cons outweigh the pros...will not come back.
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