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Arequipa

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La Nueva Palomino

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Groups of families and friends file in to eat local specialties and drink copious amounts of chicha de jora (fermented corn beer). — Lonely Planet

Chef Mònica Huertas is one of the great promoters of Arequipeñan cuisine and to many, this is the most authentic restaurant in town. — Fodor's

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Cevicheria Fory Fay

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Ask any Arequipeño to name their favorite fish joint and Fory Fay tops the list. — Fodor's

Small and to-the-point, it serves only the best ceviche (raw seafood marinated in lime juice) and nothing else. — Lonely Planet

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Zig Zag Restaurant

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Upscale but not ridiculously pricey, Zig Zag is a Peruvian restaurant with European inflections. — Lonely Planet

Everything here—from its grand iron spiral staircase and sillar stone walls to its Novo Andino cuisine, extensive wine list, and decadent desserts—is done with exquisite detail and attention. — Fodor's

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Nina-Yaku

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Nina Yaku offers an atmosphere of whispered refinement along with affordable Arequipan specialties such as broccoli soufflé, potatoes in Huatacay sauce, and fettuccine pesto with alpaca. — Lonely Planet

This exclusive looking Novo Andino restaurant creates innovative Peruvian-style pastas, meats, and vegetarian dishes, all presented artfully — Fodor's

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Restaurante Sambambaia's

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Try the chef's favorite, a tender, juicy lomo al vino tinto, but if you're craving more familiar fare, order a wood-oven pizza or the grilled chicken or beef dishes. — Fodor's

Located just 2km outside of the city center, this restaurant is an elegant upper-crust alternative with both Italian and Peruvian specialties and live music on the weekends in a tropical garden setting. — Lonely Planet

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Sol de Mayo

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It's worth the expense of getting a taxi to the colonial Yanahuara neighborhood to taste the true Arequipan cooking here. — Fodor's

Serving good Peruvian food in the Yanahuara district, this picantería has live música folklórica every afternoon from 1pm to 4pm. — Lonely Planet

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Crepisimo

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This artistic, Euro-styled restaurant, little sister to the Zig Zag restaurant on Calle Zela, offers more than 100 crêpes, filled with a variety of sauces, as entrées and desserts. — Fodor's

All the essential components of a great cafe – food, setting, service, ambience – come together at Crepisimo in the French cultural center. — Lonely Planet

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Mixtos

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Try the enormous and flavorful sudado de pescado (fish stew) while enjoying the view from the outdoor balcony. — Lonely Planet

They also serve pastas, pizzas, salads, and grilled meats. It's not the culinary gem it once was and the service can be poor, but you're really here for the scenery above all else. — Fodor's

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El Turko I

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One of the town's best places for an inexpensive, quick bite at any time of the day. There are additional locations in surrounding districts. They'll also deliver. — Fodor's

Sizzling platters of kebabs and other carnivorous and vegetarian specialties are served in elegant surroundings with well-polished service. — Lonely Planet

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Tradicion Arequipena

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Get ready for cuy chactado (deep-fried guinea pig) and ocopa arequipeña (potato-based dish with garlic, olives, onion, and fresh cheese). — Fodor's

This locally famous restaurant has maze-like gardens, live folklórica and criollo music (upbeat coastal music), and offers a Sunday morning breakfast of adobo de cerdo, a traditional slow-cooked pork dish. — Lonely Planet

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La Trattoria del Monasterio

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A helping of epicurean delight is just next door to the austere Monasterio de Santa Catalina. — Lonely Planet

This intimate restaurant serves some of the best Italian food in southern Peru. — Fodor's

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