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  • Lima is a wonderful city – people are friendly and hospitable, there’s plenty of things to do and see, huge local markets, and an abundance of extraordinary Peruvian food.

    I loved visiting Lima, and here’s a short list of the best restaurants in Lima that I tried, and that are included (most of them) in my Peru video series.

    Restaurants

    Peruvian chicken soup
    Caldo de gallina

    Caldo Cesar

    Address:?Jirón Sebastián Barranca 1852, Cercado de Lima 15018, Peru

    Mark Wiens ate:?Caldo de Gallina – extremely popular place to eat this delicious Peruvian chicken (hen) soup with noodles, and separate plates of chicken and sauce.

    Notes: Thanks to Acomer.pe for taking us here.

    Pollo a la brasa
    Pollo a la brasa – loved by everyone

    Don Tito – Pollo A La Brasa

    Address:?Av. Aviación 3096, San Borja 15036, Peru

    Mark Wiens ate: Pollo a la brasa – classic Peruvian roast chicken, and their fries are also delicious. Very nice family restaurant and the place to eat pollo a la brasa.

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    Classic crispy pork sandwich

    Sangucheria El Chinito

    Address:?Jirón Carabaya 303, Cercado de Lima 15001, Peru

    Mark ate:?Chicharron sandwich with sweet potato, it’s so good, the pork just melts in your mouth with a crispy edge. Also try their pork ribs with fried sweet potato (Costillitas del Chinito), and their fried rice was surprisingly tasty (Chaufarroncito).

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    Pork sandwich and fries are a must

    La Lucha

    Address:?Pje Champagnat 201, Miraflores 15074, Peru

    Mark Wiens ate: Fries – some of the best you’ll have anywhere on earth, and their chicharron (fried pork) sandwich stuffed with pickled onions is something to rave about.

    Peruvian ceviche
    Classic ceviche at Chez Wong

    Chez Wong

    Address: Enrique León García 114, La Victoria 15034, Peru

    Mark Wiens ate: Ceviche made from fresh Peruvian sole (flounder), stir fry of flounder and tangerine slices. There’s no menu, you just eat what Chef Javier Wong cooks for the day.
    Notes: Reservations required, only open from 1 pm – 3:30 pm on Tuesday – Saturday, to ensure fish is extremely fresh, ate here with Timour

    Peruvian street food
    Anticuchos – greatest of all Peruvian street food

    Anticuchos Do?a Manuela

    Address:?José Domingo Choquehuanca 499, Distrito de Lima 15074, Peru

    Mark Wiens ate: chicken wings, beef heart anticuchos

    Notes: Anticuchos are the ultimate of all Peruvian street food in Lima, and they are something truly extraordinary that you don’t want to miss.

    Traditional food Peru
    Traditional Peruvian food

    María Zu?iga

    Mark ate: Lomo saltado, tamales, arroz con pollo, ají de gallina

    Notes:?María Zu?iga is a master of traditional Peruvian food and she serves private meals out of her kitchen. She’s an amazing person, and her food shines. Send her a message for reservation. Thanks to Timour for arranging.

    Océano Azul

    Address:?Calle José Galvez 570, Lima 15074, Peru

    Mark Wiens ate: seafood, ceviche of a few kinds, and fried rice

    Notes: Not the best ceviche in Lima, but pretty good, and great location for seafood in Miraflores

    Peruvian coffee
    Great coffee at Jank’a Café

    Jank’a Café – Coffee

    Address:?Calle Porta 178, Miraflores 15074, Peru

    Mark Wiens: I had a chance to try quite a few coffee shops in Lima, and my favorite is?Jank’a Café. They roast their own beans from Cuzco, and they serve an amazing cup of coffee.?Puku Puku Café is also a good option, but nowhere to sit.

    Accommodation

    For my trip to Lima, we rented an apartment on Airbnb (use this link to get $40 of your first booking) in?Miraflores.?Miraflores one of the best areas of Lima to stay when you’re in Lima.

     

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