Osso Carnicería & Salumeria
If your palate needs a shakeup from the Pacific’s produce, it’s worth making the trek to Osso in La Molina for a different type of protein. This hipster butcher and steakhouse is a pioneer on Peru’s meat scene, dealing in ultra-dry-aged, sustainable wares. Think 100-day-old steaks and charcuterie prepared in-house, all made with the finest cuts, from the hands of Renzo Garibaldi who honed his trade in the U.S. and France. Groups should book well in advance for the mesa de carnicero (butcher’s table), the rest of us can take advantage of a spot close to the open-plan grill. Prepare for a messy, hands-on meat feast.