Mystery Diner visit to Rio's Fine South American Cuisine: 8 photos Jan. 2, 2014 The flavors of South America are celebrated at Rio's in Addison, a culinary adventure to Peru, Brazil and beyond. The back wall of the dining area at Rio's is painted with a mural featuring the Christ the Redeemer statue that famously overlooks Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The left side of the mural appears to depict Machu Picchu, the famed Incan ruins of Peru. Read about our Mystery Diner's experience at http://shawurl.com/xhn.The Tallarin Verde con Churrasco combines a tasty cut of steak with a delightful pesto pasta dish.Rio's is not far from Interstate 355 on Lake Street in Addison.A surprising mix of sweet and savory, the Pollo Enrollado stuffs a chicken breast with asparagus, red peppers, spinach and cheese. The chicken is rolled in "panko" and topped with Algarrobina sauce.A tall display case of wine bottles is flanked by textile scenes of South American life.The ceviche de pescado, a traditional Peruvian dish, is part of the Peruvian Sampler.The Peruvian Sampler at Rio's lets you try four different dishes at once. Clockwise from the top left are the ceviche de pescado, tamale, anticucho de la pollo (chicken skewer), and papa a la huancaina (a savory sauce over boiled potatoes).A plate-size medallion adorns a wall at Rio's.