Though there is a large cocktail and beverage list, we always order the Peruvian beer, Cristal ($3.25).
It's a crisp, easy-to-drink and inexpensive beer - even cheaper than the domestic beer on the menu.
Whole Peruvian Chicken ($10.75): This large dish was more than enough for two. It's well-seasoned and always provides us with leftovers for lunch the next day.
Cilantro rice (included with our entrees): We love cilantro so we find this rice incredibly addictive. Though it's strange when the server tells you your rice options are white, brown, or green rice, we always go for the green. You'll never want to order the plain rice after having this (unless you don't like cilantro).
Kung Po Pork ($12.45): We ordered it as spicy as it comes, but it still could have used some more heat. Some more peppers would have been nice (we like our spicy foods on the fiery side), but overall enjoyed all of the crunchy vegetables included with our entree.
Flor de Mayo is located at 484 Amsterdam Ave (btwn W 83rd and W 84th St.) in NYC.