Gastronomic tourism in Peru is gowing up due to: traditional recipes, sophisticated cooking techniques, mixtures andcreative dishes.
The cuisine of Peru is in itself a reason for packing and travel to its various destinations to try unique flavors and dishes.
The capital of Peru, Lima, is known as the gastronomic capital of Latin America. Several of its restaurants are among the best in the world «50 Best», which brings together a small group of international experts and critics. Central and the Maido, in fact, enter the list of the top 10 worldwide.
Emblematic dishes such as lomo saltado, ceviche, ají de gallina are dishes that show how the variety and freshness of food allow chefs to unleash skill and creativity when putting together recipes.
In addition, diverse influences converge in Peru, such as African, indigenous, Italian, Japanese and Chinese.
Arequipa is another gastronomic destination. The territory of the ‘White City’ mixes history, adventure and gastronomy, having a variety of good restaurants. These are the picanmterias, a modern and exceptional expression of an ancestral culinary custom of the region, in which you can try the traditional chupes, as well as dishes such as rocoto relleno, soltero de queso, the ocopa and the adobo arequipeño.