Llama Inn Brings Unique Flavors to Williamsburg
Its name betrays its emphasis on hospitality: Llama Inn is one of Williamsburg’s most inviting (and hippest) new restaurants. Peruvian chef Erik Ramirez creates exciting new interpretations of his home country’s cuisine. Don’t miss the anticuchos, appetizer-portion skewers of pork belly, beef heart, chicken thigh, and octopus.
Llama Inn’s brunch offers far more than the usual egg benedicts. Pork shoulder sandwich, beef tenderloin stir-fry, and huacho sausage tamal are just a few of the divine dishes. Plus: large-format cocktails for continuous sipping. The restaurant recently opened their rooftop—perfect for enjoying their house specialty, the Llama Del Rey (a concoction of pisco, red wine, pineapple, and more), on a hot summer night.