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I went to El Pollo Inka on January 14 2003 in Gardena When I arrived outside of the Peruvian restaurant I saw a big fire spit roasting some chickens in the window Aztec Indian model statues where also displayed behind the window Walking into the restaurant I heard the pleasant sound of Hispanic music playing and saw the many Peruvian instrumental ornaments and pictures of Aztec or Indian buildings on the walls The restaurant was slightly lighted but overall pretty dark There is a dance hall in the restaurant with a glittering disco ball where customers can learn salsa on Friday and Saturdays Neon pictures with cool radioactive-like colors of Indians decorated the walls around I arrived at my table and a kind waiter brought me pan a type of Hispanic bread and a green and salty avocado sauce I was very hungry and in the mood for seafood so I decided to order a small sopa and the Saltado de Mariscos The soup came first and it was green I dont know if I was going to like it but when I had my first taste I slurped the whole thing It actually tasted like chicken rice soup and was very good Then came the big plate of sauted fresh fish shrimp squid scallops onions tomatoes rice and French fries At first I thought I could easily finish this plate but after 15 minutes I found out it wasnt that easy The tomatoes and French fries filled my stomach quickly I enjoyed this dish very much because it was fun and tasty to try the different types of seafood swimming on my plate The squid shocked me the most because I have never tried squid much The interesting chewy texture was savory and delicious in my mouth Overall my experience at El Pollo Inka was fun and educational The only thing I didnt like about my dish was the French fries were slightly greasy
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