Peruvian cuisine, in addition to its Inca origins, combines Spanish, Asian, and African influences to make an eclectic fusion of indigenous crops, spices, meats and seafood. Fresh ingredients and imaginative sauces are a hallmark of Peruvian cuisine, as is the popular Aji Amarillo pepper. This fruity flavored and aromatic pepper is incorporated into many dishes, adding mild spice and a pleasant yellow color. This pepper can be mixed with oil and used as a flavorful condiment or dipping sauce as well.
Gio’s Peruvian Chicken: is a Family business dedicated to satisfy the petitions of our frequent patrons. For this reason, we opened our new location to introduce a unique, juicy and natural flavor of our traditional “Pollo a la Brasa” that is marinated with native peruvian spices and cooked in the heat of the charcoal.