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I arrive in style at Pescados Capitales and although it’s 2:00 in the afternoon the place is packed (I know, it’s just us dorky Americans who eat lunch at noon). Selecting a restaurant in... Full review →Selecting a restaurant in the foodie capital of a foodie country wasn’t easy: there were dozens of them from which to choose.
The daytime-only atmo lends itself to a easy-breezy vibe, with plenty of bamboo, glass and open air spaces. One of the better-known cevicherías, so it's always crowded.
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. Full review →
This is one of the few cebicherias that open for dinner, which is usually quieter and more laid-back than the daytime. Full review →
This contemporary destination (think artsy warehouse meets Peruvian rustic) serves some of the finest ceviche around. Full review →
A play on the Spanish phrase pecados capitales (deadly sins), this seafood restaurant replaces the word pecados (sins) with pescados (fish). Full review →