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Peruvian cuisine is arguably one of the best in the world, with its incredible ceviche and South American and Asian fusions that are a result of centuries of migration. The cuisine has exotic ingredients and unique flavors, so it’s easy to see why it’s so popular across the world.
Peru’s capital, Lima is known for its amazing food scene, from mouthwatering ceviche and seafood to spicy rice dishes. We’ve selected the 5 top restaurants in Lima, so you can head straight out to eat.
Restaurant Cordano has earned its name as ‘The President’s Cafe’, as it has served up food to almost every Peruvian president for the last century. Founded in the early 1900s, it’s a historic building that’s opposite the presidential palace, making it a convenient lunch stop for the country’s politicians. A visit to the restaurant is like stepping into a time machine, as the decor has been kept almost untouched for decades. Order some of the classic Peruvian dishes, such as lomo saltado, which is stir-fried beef strips, and quinoa soup.KEEP READING
Traveling around the world and eating food from different counties just made me remember all the delicious meals that are cooked here in my land.
As for the culinary side, is here in Peru where we find the biggest variety of fish and shellfish from all the coast. That’s why we can count with amazing dishes like the “Ceviche”. Who hasn’t heard about the incomparable Peruvian Ceviche? Our shellfish, our variety of condiments, and most important of all; our ability to fusion any type of food of the world and make it our own. Which is the case of the “Chifa” (chinese - peruvian fusion), and also what we did with the Japanese food,