Restaurants & Food
Peruvian cuisine is getting more international attention every year. Restaurants around the world now serve Peruvian dishes like ají de gallina, lomo saltado, ceviche, fusion chaufa and even traditional cuy (guinea pig).
It’s always best to eat a specialty in its home country, so check out these restaurants for traditional, fusion and modern Peruvian cuisine.
Most of these are restaurants that I love and that I go back to over and over. If for some reason I haven’t personally eaten there, I’ve noted that on the review.
Hours & prices
At-a-glance information has also been provided for all the eating options in this app: the subtitles of each entry are marked with the codes:
b/l/d = breakfast/lunch/dinner
$ = main dishes mostly under s/20 ($5)
$$ = main dishes mostly s/20-s/50 ($5–12)
$$$ = main dishes mostly s/50-s/100 ($12-$25)
$$$$ = main dishes mostly over s/100 ($25)