While Inka Grill isn't as revolutionary as it was when it opened in 1998, it remains a dependable option. The two-level space, right on the plaza, is filled with antiques and candle sculptures, which have spent a decade piling up one on top of the other. The menu has gravitated toward Peruvian comfort foods over the years, such as the alpaca roast beef sandwich or the oversized milanesa de pollo (breaded chicken) with papa amarilla and pesto gnocchi.