In Lima, the restaurants you can't miss are: “Astrid y Gastón” from the famous and successful peruvian chef; Gastón Acurio. This restaurant has been recognized among the 50 best restaurants in the world on the list of Saint Pellegrini. They offer top food. We can’t go further without mentioning “La Preferida”, “Madam Tusan” that pays homage to the tradition of Chinese restaurants in Perú, “Panchita” who offers us their creole and “antichucho” récipes rescued from the corners and ancient cook books of Peruvian food. There is “Ache Nikkei” japanese -peruvian food, “San Ceferino”, “Rafael”, “La plasita”, “La Huaka”, “La mar”, “Fiesta” (food from Chiclayo), “La Rosa Náutica” that was for years the most glamorous restaurant in Lima, “El Central” and “El verifico de Fidel” in la Victoria; here trying a “Ceviche” is like experiencing an explotion of flavors in the palate, and I could go on and on and on with a never-ending list of exquisite restaurants. It has been a few years since the well-known food fair "Mistura" started. All restaurants and street stands from Lima and other provinces compete with each other for since the well-known food fair "Mistura" started. All restaurants and street stands from Lima and other provinces compete with each other for talent and food growth.

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Adobo
(Pork loin cooked after the immersion of it raw in a stock (or sauce) composed variously of paprika, oregano, salt, garlic, and vinegar to preserve and enhance its flavor)