Mexican shrimp with crispy quinoa, Inca Kola barbecue sauce and mashed sweet potato. Pan-seared dayboat scallops with picantito de choclo, toasted nori and togarashi. And Pescado a lo Macho, seasonal fish fillet roasted over a seafood stew in a rocoto-paprika sauce.
Carlos Altamirano, the Michelin-recognized chef and head of the Altamirano Restaurant Group, is back to share his contemporary Peruvian cuisine with Peninsula seafood lovers. Altamirano is reopening La Costanera on June 3 in Half Moon Bay after closing the original restaurant in March 2020. La Costanera had been open for 10 years in Montara and garnered one Michelin star.
In its new location overlooking Pillar Point Harbor, the two-story, 10,000-square-foot La Costanera will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, a vast patio and a seafood-heavy menu including those mouth-watering cebiches. This time around, a rotisserie will churn out Pollo a la Brasa. There will be empanadas, seasonal salads and grilled skewered meats, as well. La Costanera will open with a bar menu and dinner service, with weekend brunch starting June 12.
Also look for a full bar serving Pisco cocktails, domestic and imported Peruvian beers and a curated wine list.
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