Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Mega Post of Restaurants on Peru Food

2008 Update: It's January, and a year ago I said I would update this post ... sad to say, that was one of my resolutions that fell by the wayside in 2007! LOL...

Let me just say: one of these days....




Note: You may have noticed this list has not been updated in a while. It is one of my 2007 New Year's resolutions to update it before the year is over!

This is going to be the Mega Post of all of the restaurants discussed on this blog. As I discuss new restaurants, I will add the link to this post. The link to this post will always be in the sidebar, for easy access.

Just click on the restaurant name below to find the restaurant you're looking for on Peru Food.

I'm hoping this will make for better organizational system.

Happy eating!


Gato

La Gorda in Madrid

El Mayoral in Azpitia, Cañete

El Arlequín in San Isidro

Asia de Cuba in San Isidro

La Choza Naútica in Breña

Wa Lok in Lima's Chinatown

Mi Perú in Barranco

El Rocoto in Surco

Café Haiti in Miraflores

Restaurante Cebichería Mi Propiedad Privada in San Miguel


La Canta Rana in Barranco

El Mesón del Almirante in Central Lima

El Fayke Piurano in Central Lima

Manhattan Café Restaurant in Central Lima


Bar Maury and the Salón de los Espejos at the Hotel Maury in Central Lima

L'Eau Vive in Central Lima


Bembos in Central Lima

Pardo's Chicken in Central Lima


Bar Cordano in Central Lima

Restaurante La Muralla in Central Lima

Titi in San Isidro

Restaurante Royal in San Isidro

Hou Wha in Miraflores

Salón Capón in Lima's Chinatown and the Jockey Plaza

San Joy Lao in Lima's Chinatown

Astrid & Gaston Restaurant

Cebichería Barranco

Bar Juanito in Barranco

Casa Hacienda Moreyra in San Isidro

Los Vitrales at the Country Club Lima Hotel in San Isidro

Delicass in San Isidro and at the Jockey Plaza

Delphos Café at Hotel Los Delfines

Dulcinea Pastelería in Miraflores

La Bonbonniere in San Isidro


La Factoría in Miraflores

La Rosa Náutica in Miraflores

La Tiendecita Blanca in Miraflores

La Vista at the JW Marriott Hotel in Miraflores

Le Café at the Swissôtel in San Isidro

Mangos Larcomar in Miraflores

Select at the Holiday Inn in Miraflores




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11 comments:

Inka-Wolfy said...

hola gato,
what a great place and idea. I have been to a few places on your list, and I will consider your recommendations. I love peruvian food, except when it has too much cilantro, I don't particularly like the taste.
I have become even a bigger fan of everything 'fishy' since moving to Peru. I really wonder why there aren't more peruvian restaurants in foreign countries.

saludos

::Alejandro:: said...

Thanks Inka Wolfy, glad to see you stopped by. Hope you come back when you get a chance. This blog is just a hobby of mine, I'm glad a lot of people are enjoying it. (I really like your blog, by the way.) It's true, especially if you live on the coast of Peru, you have to learn to like all types of seafood since its so popular. But you don't like cilantro? How about arroz con pato? Aguadito? Seco? Some of my favorite foods are cilantro based!

Saludos!

Gato

Melissa CookingDiva said...

Wow, this sure is a mega post!
Abrazos,
M

::Alejandro:: said...

Melissa, it's because there are loads of places where you eat well in Lima!

Saludos.

Gato
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Anonymous said...

Gato,

they call me gato as well. As from a cool "cat" to another I must say dude, outmost respect to you. One more time, respect and respect to you. Thanks a lot for putting this blog together. My love for peruvian is great but i guess it's not as great as your. I mean, I travel all the way to Peru to specifically eat the ceviche mixto which makes that cevichemixto the most dish I ever eat when you add the airfare to it. Every year or so I feel the need to go back and eat again. I'm getting there once again and I'm already having dreams of walking down a Lima street and realizing I'm there and how close I am to the greatest food. But then I wake uo. I will be going back soon.
Can you share any stories of how you put this blog together. I extremely and very much again extremely appreciate your blog.
Cheers
Otro Gato

Anthony said...

hey there, thanks for all those links, I've always loved Peruvian food.

Cheers,
Anthony

The Survival Gourmet said...

I don't know if you postabout restaurants in California but in Lawndale, CA, just southeast of LAX there are two great Peruvian restaurants right across the street from each other.

One is El Pollo Inka and the other is the Inca Gourmet. The Inca Gourmet is actually a buffet and I have made a pig out of myself there several times.

Les said...

Hay, The Voodoo Cafe in Darlington, UK is the only place in the North East of England that I've found preparing Peruvian dishes. The chef is an interesting laid back women in her ealry 20s, who worked in Peru for sometime.

It's cafe food, but after talking to the owner they are thinking of trying opening as a retaurant a couple of days a week.

I've found the website which has the menu on.
www.voodoocafe.co.uk

Les

Anonymous said...

I was with a Peruvian for 9 years and fell in love with the food...it is the best food to fill the soul. I cannot wait until I can go to the country to see all these wonderful people and restraunts, and learn more about its tresurys

::Alejandro:: said...

Thanks for stopping by.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe you don't have Manolo in Miraflores or Kio in Callao posted here. Manolo is an institution and has the best churros and coffee. Kio specializes in pan con chicharrone.
You have to list these!