Lima

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Peruvian
Miraflores
8 reviews
Lima’s original haute-cuisine establishment was founded by Peru’s gastronomic godfather, Gastón Acurio, and pastry chef wife Astrid Gutsche — Travel + Leisure
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Peruvian
5 reviews
Super-chef Virgilio Martínez has a passion for unearthing ingredients from every corner of Peru and artfully plating them — Travel + Leisure
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Peruvian
Miraflores
4 reviews
Nikkei food is the Peruvian-Japanese cultural blend that has emerged from more than 100 years of Japanese immigration into Peru — The World's 50 Best Restaurants
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Peruvian
Miraflores
5 reviews
This vast restaurant with a laid-back ambience is one of the best places in Lima for seafood, and it consequently gets packed at lunch. — Fodor's
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Peruvian
Miraflores
5 reviews
This is nothing less than one of the most incredible restaurant settings anywhere in the world, nestled within the compound of a 1,500-year-old adobe pyramid. — Frommer's
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Peruvian
Miraflores
4 reviews
You will be waiting for La Mar, since it doesn't accept reservations and it's always packed. Getting there early is your best bet. — BlackBook
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Peruvian
4 reviews
This Lince District eatery has become a favorite for classic Peruvian dishes—like the tacu-tacu and the causa. — Travel + Leisure
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Peruvian
Barranco
3 reviews
For those that can find it—even taxi drivers have a difficult time locating the obscure side street it is situated on—Amor Amar has one of the most special atmospheres of any restaurant in Lima. — Frommer's
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Peruvian
5 reviews
La Rosa Náutica is a rambling Victorian-style building perched over the Pacific at the end of a long pier. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Miraflores
4 reviews
Easily within walking distance from the rambling seaside cliffs of scenic Miraflores sits a tiny, yet significant contribution to Lima's modern food movement — Afar Magazine
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Peruvian
San Isidro
5 reviews
Peruvian chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino of Malabar has a passion for wild Amazonian produce. — Travel + Leisure
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Peruvian
Miraflores
3 reviews
Every Limeño has their preferred sanguchería (sandwich shop) and it’s fair to say La Lucha tops many a discerning list — Travel + Leisure
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Peruvian
3 reviews
Although the name conjures up a haunted house, Witches of Cachiche is a modern space with huge windows, soaring ceilings, and modern art. — Fodor's
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Bakeries
Miraflores
3 reviews
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Asian
Miraflores
3 reviews
Don't miss the wonton appetizer, the fried rice, the tipakai chicken, and the crisantemo fish. Make sure that you order enough plates to share! — Afar Magazine
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Peruvian
Barranco
3 reviews
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Peruvian
Barranco
3 reviews
One of the city's few waterfront dining options, Cala is a chic restaurant set behind a rocky beach with an impressive selection of dishes to compete with that ocean view. — Fodor's
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Peruvian
Miraflores
3 reviews
This informal lunch-only place in Miraflores, across from the cheesy Parque del Amor and oceanfront malecón, is one of the most reasonable options in Lima for excellent fresh fish and ceviche plates. — Frommer's
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Peruvian
3 reviews
Trout baked in cognac and duck in orange sauce are two dishes that bring the locals back. — Fodor's
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Peruvian
2 reviews
Like a Peruvian Dean & Deluca (an upscale deli/market in New York City), T'anta (which means "bread" in Quechua) serves delicious, casual eats in its cafe or prepared foods to go. — Frommer's
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