On The Road ~ Lima Peru 38

Where to eat in Lima.

Eating out in Lima is a Foodies dream, three of the top 50 restaurants in the world are here.

Maido, according to the 2017 San Pellegrino rankings, not just Latin America’s second best restaurant, but also number eight in the world. A must on your list in Lima.

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The name means “welcome” in Japanese. Chef  Mitsuharu Tsumura pushes the boundaries of “Nikkei” cuisine, a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian food. Tsumura is a great explorer of native ingredients, like cut (guinea pig), or Amazonian tubers and more. The flavors are amazing.

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Dumpling with pork and shrimp, served with spicy ponzu sauce.

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Tora with Maca sauce

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Nitsuke braised short rib cooked for 50 hours, with white fried rice Cecilia and benishoga.

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