Llamas Peruvian Creole

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Llama’s Peruvian Creole brings authentic Peruvian flavors to the streets of Austin with delectable dishes from Chef Julio-Cesar Florez. Featuring traditional Peruvian pepper sauces of Lima and the Central Coast, Llama’s top quality, homemade dishes are always a hit.

As a native of Peru, owner Miguel Barrutia longed for the delicious cuisine so much that he had to open a place of his own. Drawing from the amazing dishes his mother, aunt and grandmother served up daily at home, Miguel is pleased to keep up a proud culinary tradition in Austin.

“This food truck offers some of the most traditional Peruvian dishes. Try the Lomo Saltado, Anticuchos (beef heart skewers) and the Ceviche when available.”

“Llama’s is a fairly new Peruvian trailer near Sixth Street in downtown Austin. If the aromas of cilantro lime rice aren’t enough to convince you, they are happy to give you a free sample – just ask!”
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Free Drink w/ Meal Purchase

Free drink w/ meal purchase with mention of 6street.com at Llama's Peruvian Creole.

Place Categories: Food and Food Trucks.Place Tags: peruvian food, peruvian food trailer, and peruvian food truck.

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3 reviews

  1. Meghan O., Mar 17, 2014 - Llamas Peruvian Creole

    Oh my, so glad i found this food truck during SXSW this year! I picked up the Veggie Stir Fry and swooned over the lime-drenched plantains and garlic rice so much that I visited this truck more than once during the festival. There are so many restaurants and food trucks to try in Austin but I couldn’t keep myself away from this place!

    I was afraid that the stir fry would just be another regular ol’ boring mix of cooked veggies but Llama’s was bursting with flavor and I convinced my boyfriend and 2 friends to get it themselves. I couldn’t stop raving about this place to anyone who would listen. Wish we had stuff like this in NYC!!!

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  2. Crystal L., Mar 18, 2014 - Llamas Peruvian Creole

    I don’t normally write reviews but their staff was so friendly that i had to. I was stuck downtown one night with no car and a dead phone and they were nice enough to let me charge my phone at their truck without buying anything when everyone else would give me the cold shoulder.

    With that being said, I really do like their food. Some people might say it’s a bit salty but I’m more of a savory over sweet person anyway. Everything I’ve had from there has been delicious. My favorites are the pork belly sandwich and the Aji de Gallina. I also just really like their name.

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  3. Kathy F., Mar 18, 2014 - Llamas Peruvian Creole

    Hands down one of the best food trucks I’ve been to in Austin. My other half and I regularly check out new food trucks but only after careful review and heavily weighted back and fourths. To be honest, there are just too damn many new food trucks in this town to waste time waiting on just any food. This was not only quick but also freshly made.

    Llama’s Peruvian Creole is very much worth the short wait. I recently met a friend there for lunch and decided to try the salchipapas, the Lomo saltado and the special cebiche. Everything was so full of flavor and had just enough spice to make the dishes exotic and tasty. The beef and rice mixed with the potatoes and the different pepper sauces on the pork rinds…oh my gosh, I’m hungry all over again. My favorite, though, is the cebiche. The blend of the Mahi, lime juice, cilantro, red onions, corn and sweet potato was just so good. I could eat that every day or at least every Friday…and just might this Lent. (I’ll have to think of another excuse after Easter.) My friend washed her half down with a Topo Chico and I with an Inca Cola.

    The Lomo Saltado and Salchipapas did come out a lot faster than the cebiche but the chef did let us know when we ordered that it may take longer because it’s made to order (which we appreciated). This was the perfect meal on a pretty afternoon. Can’t wait to go back!

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