Cultural crossroads

Lomo Saltado

 

Nestled in a west Tulsa strip mall, Pachac Peruvian Food is a hidden gem destined to become one of the city’s go-tos for cross-cultural fare. The restaurant’s menu is derived from the tradition of chifa, a blend of Peruvian ingredients and cuisine from Cantonese Chinese immigrants who settled along the coast of Peru and its capital city, Lima, in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

One menu standout is the Lomo Saltado ($9.95). Beef is stir-fried with onions, tomatoes, french fries and cilantro, and served with a helping of steamed rice.

728 W. 23rd St. | 918-574-2266 | pachac.com

 

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