f you haven't visited El Serrano along Lancaster's Columbia Avenue lately, you haven't visited El Serrano. Or, perhaps it is more appropriate to say, you haven't visited Peru. Every square inch of the Latin-American restaurant has been extensively redesigned, upgraded and refurbished authentically, with architectural details similar to those of 150 years ago--to the point that stepping through its hand-carved mahogany doors is like entering a Peruvian hacienda. As owner Manuel Torres says, "it's like going on vacation."
These hours will help conserve energy and save resources for future generations.
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Culturas and Clementinas
It has been a great pleasure watching Culturas grow over the last five years. Introducing tapas to Lancaster has been challenging and incredibly rewarding. Since we opened in March 2008 we have sold over 15,000 Pinchos (our signature beef tenderloin kebobs). Our goal has always been to offer amazing food, unparalleled atmosphere and reasonable prices to all our customers.