Peruvian born chef and owner, Mikiel Arnold, opened his now renowned food trailer and catering business in 2014. The Freakin Incan business quickly gained popularity, offering unique flavors and ingredients to the Atlanta area. Now, The Freakin Incan has moved to a new brick-and-mortar restaurants in Roswell & Tucker, introducing Atlanta and surrounding areas to the wonders of authentic Peruvian foods.
Offering the freshest of foods and flavors that are unique to Peru. From a quick and light, lunch menu to hearty dinner offerings. Seafood ceviches bursting with citrusy flavors, wonderful warming soups, appetizers that will transport your taste buds to Peru, to hearty fried steak, chicken and fish; we've got you covered.
We have two convenient locations to serve you. Visit our original restaurant in Roswell or our newest restaurant in Tucker. If you find yourself north/northeast of 285, we have a restaurant near you. Stop by and visit.
"Took my family there for our wedding anniversary. Everyone LOVED it! The food was fantastic! Actually, it was BETTER than many places I've eaten in Peru. Will definitely be back!" D. Summa
"Oh yeah! Simplicity of mixtures, with deeply layered seasoning. The Nu Peruvian Cuisine movement..." A. LaCruz
"Certainly worth the drive from Lawrenceville! This place is clean, modern and not tacky as ethnic restaurants tend to be... the flavor of the ceviche is straight out of Lima. All the sauces are amazing. The chicha morada is perfect." D. Aldredge
"Food is delicious, staff is friendly! You definitely have to try this place." A. Knight