Every week, the Merrifield-based eatery plans to release a new video on its Facebook page that walks viewers through the steps to prepare a specialty Peruvian dish or drink.
“We wanted to provide something for our guests and for everyone to be able to do at home,” a spokesperson said. “During these times we need to do more positive things.”
Yesterday, a bartender demonstrated how to make a “Passion Chilcano,” which contains pisco Peruvian liquor, limes, passionfruit syrup and ginger ale.
In another video, the eatery’s chefs tossed up a few servings of chaufa mixto, which is a type of fried rice.
The eatery said that the next video will likely be released either next Tuesday or Saturday.
For guests who don’t feel like cooking themselves, the restaurant is also offering free delivery and curbside pickup, according to the website.
To encourage takeout orders, the restaurant is offering 25% off its entire menu, the Facebook page said, adding that any meal can be customized. A menu can be found online.
Photo via Inca Social/Facebook
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