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Half Peruvian classics and half fusion-y dishes. Their pisco sours with aji amarillo (yellow chile peppers) and milhoja puff pastries, layered with chocolate and lúcuma, a local fruit, are fantastic. Full review →
The selection ranges from the traditional cebiche (fish chunks, onions, and chilis cooked in lime juice) and pulpo parrilla (grilled octopus) to original recipes such as tiradito pesto rustico. Full review →
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. Full review →