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Astrid & Gaston
9
$$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
8 reviews
Menu is presented in a slender, elegantly bound...book with stories relating each dish to a memory of growing up in Peru, and encompassing flavours from every part of this richly diverse country. — The World's 50 Best Restaurants
Central Restaurante
8
$$$
Peruvian
5 reviews
Many of the products, like Amazonian fish and high-altitude algae, make their way onto the menu here, including placement on a phenomenal altitude-based tasting menu. — Frommer's
Maido
8
$$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
4 reviews
Nikkei food is the Peruvian-Japanese cultural blend that has emerged from more than 100 years of Japanese immigration into Peru — The World's 50 Best Restaurants
Pescados Capitales Miraflores
8
$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
5 reviews
This is one of the few cebicherias that open for dinner, which is usually quieter and more laid-back than the daytime. — Frommer's
Huaca Pucllana
8
$$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
5 reviews
Even if Huaca Pucllana were located in the world's most nondescript setting, the food alone—from the crunchy yuca spirals with huancaína sauce to the classic house ceviche—would warrant a visit. — Concierge
La Mar
8
$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
4 reviews
Chef Gastón Acurio's reinvention of the traditional cebichería is not only one of Lima's most popular lunch spots, it is also the model for a franchise. — Fodor's
El Rincon Que No Conoces
8
$$
Peruvian
4 reviews
Worth the taxi trek, this mecca of comida criolla was founded by the late Teresa Izquierdo Gonzales, a beloved national icon. — Lonely Planet
La Rosa Nautica
7
$$$
Peruvian
5 reviews
Built out onto a pier, this place can be seen from Lima's entire coastline, inspiring a certain amount of "Ooh, I want to go there" in susceptible tourist onlookers. — BlackBook
Amoramar
7
$$$
Peruvian
Barranco
3 reviews
For those that can find it—even taxi drivers have a difficult time locating the obscure side street it is situated on—Amor Amar has one of the most special atmospheres of any restaurant in Lima. — Frommer's
Rafael
7
$$$
Mediterranean
Miraflores
4 reviews
The Asian- and Mediterranean-inflected Peruvian dishes, such as lomo saltado made with rice vinegar and pisco, are exquisitely prepared. — Travel + Leisure
Malabar
7
$$$
Peruvian
San Isidro
5 reviews
Voted one of the top restaurants in Lima, chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino’s modern Amazonian restaurant, Malabar, is worthy of the praise. — Afar Magazine
Brujas de Cachiche
7
$$$
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
El Pan de la Chola
7
$$
Bakeries
Miraflores
3 reviews
This brick-walled shop decorated with blackboard specials began as a summer pop-up on the Asia beach boulevard and has since blossomed into one of Lima's finest cafés and bakeries. — Frommer's
Cala Restaurante
7
$$$
Peruvian
Barranco
3 reviews
Right on the beach, this place is worth it for the views alone - both of the water and the young, beautiful clientele. — BlackBook
Segundo Muelle Conquistadores
7
$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
3 reviews
This informal lunch-only place in Miraflores, across from the cheesy Parque del Amor and oceanfront malecón, is one of the most reasonable options in Lima for excellent fresh fish and ceviche plates. — Frommer's
Wa Lok
7
$$
Asian
Miraflores
3 reviews
Of the dozens of chifas in Chinatown, none comes close to Wa Lok. — Fodor's
Canta Rana
7
$$
Peruvian
Barranco
3 reviews
This neighborhood cevichería is one of Barranco's most beloved lunch spots. — Frommer's
La Lucha Sangucheria Criolla
7
$
Peruvian
Miraflores
3 reviews
Every Limeño has their preferred sanguchería (sandwich shop) and it’s fair to say La Lucha tops many a discerning list — Travel + Leisure
L'eau Vive
7
$
Peruvian
3 reviews
Go for dinner and be serenaded by a chorus of Ave Maria – no joke. But lest you be scared off by the religious undertones, not everything is prudish. — BlackBook
amaZ Restaurante
7
$$$
Peruvian
Miraflores
2 reviews
Here you can sample giant river snails, patarashca (fish baked in a leaf), or jungle-inspired ceviches. — Travel + Leisure
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