Top 1% of restaurants in Lima
7 / 10

2 expert reviews

“A chain from the owners of Astrid y Gastón, with reasonably priced sandwiches (beef-and-onion criollo) and a few imports (Spanish tortilla).”

– Travel + Leisure

"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." Full review

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