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Restaurants in Lima

No trip to Lima would be complete without tasting ceviche which has recently become a very famous dish internationally. Lima restaurants cook this dish with a mix of raw fish, onions and chili peppers all marinated in lime. For a full range of choices of restaurants in Lima, feel free to tour around Miraflores. This district offers Lima restaurants right on the coast so that you can enjoy the sunset as you indulge in your ceviche.

Restaurant Huaca Pucllana offers travelers a wide range of authentic Peruvian food. If you are feeling very adventurous, order cuy. Depending on your level of adventure, you may not want to know what cuy is. If you don't, skip the next sentence. Cuy is guinea pig. In ancient times it was served to kings with its head still on. They say it takes gamey, like rabbit. Feel free to try it and let us know, how you liked it!

Lima is also home to many international restaurants. Travelers can find French, Chinese, Korean, and Columbian cuisine in the capital city.

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  • Astrid y Gastón, Lima

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Praised as one of the world's most innovative chefs, Gastón Acurio has established outposts of his restaurants in Madrid and Santiago. In a colonia... More
  • Canta Rana

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Walls are plastered with posters of Hollywood and soccer stars, and generous helpings of the country's most famous dish, ceviche (raw fish with lim... More
  • Chez Wong

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Culinary superstars like Eric Ripert seek out this diminutive dining room—tucked inside a residential building in working-class Santa Catalina—for ... More
  • El Rincón Que No Conoces

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    A self-made Lima legend, chef Teresa Izquierdo Gonzáles opened this restaurant in 1978 to serve classic, home-cooked Peruvian and Creole dishes. Co... More
  • El Señorio de Sulco

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Admire the Pacific from all-glass dining rooms while sampling regional grilled grouper with onions and tomatoes. If the gray mist that shrouds Lima... More
  • Fiesta

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar
    Although the minimalist white façade evokes a Miami vibe, this Miraflores restaurant specializes in traditional cuisine from Chiclayo, one of three... More
  • Jose Antonio

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    With farm implements hung on rough stucco walls, the primitive décor mirrors the old-fashioned cooking. This is the place to try beef heart, a loca... More
  • La Mar, Lima

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    You can’t come to Lima without sampling Peru’s most famous dish—ceviche. And this is the best place to try it. The bamboo-roof restaurant is a ... More
  • Malabar

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Peruvian chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino of Malabar has a passion for wild Amazonian produce. Here, “blini and caviar” means pancakes made of native b... More
  • Manos Morenas

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Housed in a 20th-century villa surrounded by landscaped gardens, Manos Morenos is both a traditional Creole restaurant and a lively peña folklórica... More
  • Pescados Capitales

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    A play on the Spanish phrase pecados capitales (deadly sins), this seafood restaurant replaces the word pecados (sins) with pescados (fish). In kee... More
  • Rafael Restaurant

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar
    The 15-table restaurant is housed in a 1940’s mansion. Don’t let the traditional atmosphere here fool you: The Asian- and Mediterranean-inflected P... More
  • Restaurant Huaca Pucllana

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Situated in the upscale Miraflores district, this Peruvian restaurant is named for the 1,500-year-old archeological ruins located just outside its ... More
  • Restaurante Rodrigo

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Formerly trained at Le Cordon Bleu Paris, chef Rodrigo Conroy now prepares inventive Mediterranean-Basque cuisine at this namesake restaurant in th... More
  • T'anta

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    A chain from the owners of Astrid y Gastón, with reasonably priced sandwiches (beef-and-onion criollo) and a few imports (Spanish tortilla). This l... More

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