TiTiCaCa is a friendly, family run Peruvian restaurant that opened in Okinawa city in 2009. They serve fresh, delicious Peruvian food at great value.
TiTiCaCa opened in 2009, it’s named after Lago Titicaca situated between Bolivia and Peru, the homelands of the owners.
When you think of Peruvian food you may have ideas of hot spicy food, but we were pleasantly surprised that it was tasty but not overwhelming.
At lunchtime you can select from 5 different lunch menus which are served with soup, soft-drinks (tea, coffee, or chicha morada) and cake of the day, all great value.
We had “Arroz con Pollo” (steamed rice with chicken). It’s a traditional dish that is common throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Common ingredients are rice, chicken, mixed vegetables and Peruvian coriander, served with roast chicken. If you do prefer a spicier taste though, try their “Aji” hot sauce. To drink we had chicha morada, for Peruvians “chicha morada” is a very well known non-alcoholic soft drink made by boiling purple corn, and includes more polyphenol than wine. I expected the taste to be bitter or sour, but it was both sharp and fruity, a really interesting taste and something you won’t come across often in Okinawa!
TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT 11:00 am – 1:45 pm
SUN, MON: NONE
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TiTiCaCa Peruvian Restaurant
Japan, 〒904-0004 Okinawa-ken, Okinawa-shi, Chūō, 1 Chome−23−１６ 嘉陽アパート
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Submitted on 2013/09/10 at 2:34 pm
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Jhoan Rodriguez · “CURCE UASD”
tiene que ser buena esa comida donde queda ese restaurante.
Submitted on 2014/03/25 at 4:04 pm
I would like to make a correction on your statement that “TiTiCaCa is a friendly, family run Mexican restaurant” It is, in fact, a Peruvian restaurant (you mention that later) which is nothing at all like any Mexican food that exists. The owner is actually Peruvian and you can learn about how he met his wife as you wait for the yummy food!! Mmmm….
Submitted on 2014/03/26 at 12:56 pm | In reply to Leslie.
Thanks for spotting that typo, which we’ve now updated!