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Anticucheria Doña Pochita. Av. Ignacio Merino 2316. Lince. Lima

Famous for serving anticuchos (skewered beef hearts), rachi (stomach lining), choncholí (intestines) as well as regular chicken breast, the Doña has a famous recipe to keep the lines long and the crowds coming. 164 more words

City: Lima

Mantra Indian Cuisine. Av.Alfredo Benavides 1761. Miraflores. Lima

Absolutely excellent Indian food in a beautifully lit dining space run by Jay Patel, one of the only Gujaratis in the city. This is not a tribute to the menu of a typical British-Indian curry house, like Guru just down the road; dishes here are more varied than that. 38 more words


Sophie Bistro. Calle Juan Moore 176. Miraflores. Lima

For exquisite tapas and larger meals with a fine selection of tipples, Sophie Bistro is an atmospheric wine bar with its roots firmly in Spain. The music and lighting is just right, with friendly personal service and a huge menu spanning all types of Creole and Spanish favourites. 25 more words


La Onceava. Jr.San Ambrosio 420, Barranco. Lima

Formerly the Doceava, the Onceava is famous for its Creole/Cajun seafood, huge portions and great terrace atmosphere; it’s a special-occasion place for many, and a regular Sunday spot for the lucky few. 60 more words

City: Lima

El Bolivarcito. Jiron de la Union 926. Lima

The smaller, cheaper version of the famous Bolivar does a fantastic Pisco Sour Catedral, made with the excellent Ocucaje for S/.20; the regular version is half the price. 60 more words


Ceviche. Esquina de San Felipe y Angamos Este. Surquillo. Lima

He’s here for a few hours most weekdays, and locally famous for a reason: this really is excellent ceviche, spiky and tangy, and great value. The S/.5 plate is loaded with pulpo and fish, some… 60 more words

City: Lima