The Fusion Food of Lima, Peru

Living The Q Life

We had heard a lot about the food of Peru and, more specifically, of Lima. With the praise that has been given by chef’s such as Anthony Bourdain about the vibrant food scene in Lima, we were interested to taste for ourselves what people were talking about. We talked to the concierge at the hotel in order to get the best recommendations and although there are a few places that serve traditional Peruvian food, it is all about fusion. Of the various fusion inspired foods, Asian fusion was the most popular.

Asian Ceviche Asian Ceviche

Asian Soft Taco Asian Soft Taco

For lunch we had some more traditional Peruvian food, enjoying a chicken with a tangy sauce and pickled slaw on a brioche bun.  We also had a steak and avocado sandwich with a creamy mustard sauce.  Both were served with Peruvian fries, which are a little different than what we’re normally used to, cut…

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7 Responses to The Fusion Food of Lima, Peru

  1. We are going there this year. But I’m concerned about safety of my belongings, as I kept getting warned by friends.

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  2. Piyu says:

    Everything looks so delicious! Can’t wait to visit peru later this year. Would you recommend any restaurants in Cuzco?

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  3. Miha Ella says:

    The peruvian food is my favorite

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