Redefining Taste

Andy’s travels to Peru gave him an authentic taste of the country’s most well-loved culinary treasures. He indulged in meals at two of the top 10 restaurants in the world, uncovered Lima’s vibrant street food scene, and even took home a recipe or two.

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Tip #1

Try a
pisco sour

It is Peru’s national cocktail, after all… not that you needed another reason to order one. A curious blend of sharp tang and crisp sweetness, it’s best enjoyed after a day of foodie adventures.

Tip #2

Go beyond the carnivore

If you’re a meat lover, you’ll be in luck in Peru – it’s a carnivore’s paradise. But some of the best dishes you can get are vegan, so you’d be doing yourself a disservice to discount them.

Tip #3

Collect a couple of recipes

A lot of the magic in Peru’s dishes comes from their sauces and marinades, so if you’d like to recreate a dish you tried – find out what’s in the secret sauce.