Lima Food Week 2015

If you’re in Lima and you enjoy dining out in restaurants and tasting unique dishes with ingredients from all over Peru, you’re in luck! Lima Food Week starts today, March 16th, and continues until March 29th (not just one, but two full weeks!). Peruvian gastronomy is becoming more and more well-known around the world, and there is no better time to try out some of the restaurants making headlines in and outside of Peru. The idea behind the event is to give the general public access to high-end restaurants in Lima which offer Peruvian cuisine, nikkei (Peruvian-Japanese fusion) and more.

The following restaurants are participating in Lima Food Week:

  • Mayta
  • ámaZ
  • El Atizador
  • Niqei
  • Avalon
  • El Parrillon
  • Osaka
  • La Cucharita Tapas Bar
  • Barrio Tapeo Peruano
  • Ache Restaurante
  • Segundo Muelle
  • Al Asador
  • La Cabrera
  • Valentino
  • Malabar
  • Lanacional
  • Brujas de Cachiche La Molina & Macumba Bar
  • Matsuei
  • Saqra
  • Maras
  • El Huarike
  • Market 770
  • Restaurante CIPRIANA

Lima Food Week is an event that happens twice a year, and this year more than 25 of Lima’s top restaurants are offering discounted prices. There are set lunch and dinner prices of 59 soles and 79 soles, respectively, for multiple-course meals that include an appetizer, an entree and a dessert. Drinks and tips are not included in the price. With the popularity of these restaurants (some of which fill up well in advance) it is recommended to reserve ahead of time so as not to miss out on these delicious dishes.

For more information on the best restaurants in Lima and experiences with Aracari including cocktail demonstrations and culinary tours, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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