Attractions & Activities In Lima
In recent decades, Peru’s culinary scene has been attracting global attention. So much so that previously uncelebrated Peruvian specialties like quinoa, pisco sours and ceviche have become much-loved mainstays on the London, New York and Los Angeles dining scenes. A lot of this is down to Gaston Acurio, the owner of a 40-strong global restaurant empire, and the chef credited with introducing the rest of the world to the delights of his home country’s cuisine.
Those delights are many. Peru’s diverse climate ensures a bounty of exceptionally diverse produce (famously exemplified by its 3,000 potato varieties), while eclectic cultural influences have ensured a variety of flavors and cooking styles. While diners all over the world swoon over Peruvian plates, one fact remains: they still taste best at source.
Lima is Latin America’s gastronomic capital, and the city is the location of no less than a third of the top 15 best Latin American restaurants in the world – more than any of its rivals. It would be a shame to leave Lima without finding out what the hype is all about. Kuoda can create customized culinary itineraries that include a guided Lima food tour and reservations at some of the tastiest tables in town.
Interested in experiencing the best of Lima with an exclusive Lima culinary tour? Contact us today and get your free Peru trip quote. At Kuoda Travel, all trips are custom and personally designed for you by one of our professional travel experts.
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