Nowadays there are multiple culinary options in Cusco and you can find great restaurants in its countryside, such as El Huacatay at Urubamba and the Tree House at Aguas Calientes. Thanks to its creative creations, these restaurants have been the sensation among tourists from the four corners of the world.
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Arequipa’s cuisine has not been outside of the latest culinary boom; on the contrary its flavors have inspired many different fusions. The result is a diverse cuisine that combines the traditional flavor of the Picanterías with modern and cosmopolitan proposals such as Zig Zag and Palate 1900. Restaurants we will introduce in this post.
Walking along Ollantaytambo´s narrow streets will definitely feel like traveling back in time. And that is because this small town is home of one the latest living Inca communities of the Peruvian Andes, who still maintain their Inca ancestral traditions.
During 7 years Peru has been consolidating its position as one of the best cuisine around the world; and Misture, a popular fair hosted every year in Lima, is the best proof of that success. The first edtion of this fair was in 2008 and only 15 thousand people attended, today it’s the Peruvian cuisine… Read more »
This emblematic Lima restaurant is located in an ancient wharf on the Costa Verde in Miraflores, in which cuisine, since its opening in 1983, have passed some of the most important chefs of the country. With beautiful views in all of its rooms, where you can enjoy a spectacular sunset, La Rosa Nautica offers a… Read more »
Located in Libertad street, just around a block from our Tierra Viva Puno Plaza hotel, Balcones de Puno (Puno’s balconies) is a must stop if you are searching for the best of Puno’s cuisine. Acknowledged by TripAdvisor -the world’s largest travel site- with the Certificate of Excellence in 2013, and assorted with a magnificent variety… Read more »
Original from the cultural and ethnic mix of Spain and Peru’s native roots, Pisco is a pure distilled from grapes that represents feast and celebration. About the origins of the word “pisco”, the lexicologist Cesar Angeles Caballero identifies four causes; the first one situated in pre columbian times that blends with hispanic elements set up… Read more »