Very neat blog about a guy who goes to Peru and talks about the food you can get in Lima. Our Sales rep is from Peru and promises me a bottle of pisco and a bottle of their local rum when he goes back.
Peru Food: Travelog: Peru Food In Peru, The First Three Days In Lima
I am a creature of habit, and I have a culinary tradition when arriving in Lima which I have kept during the last few years of travel here. On this trip, I was able to maintain my tradition. After checking into our hotel in the Miraflores district of Lima, we had a stroll around Miraflores’ main park, Parque Kennedy, and I picked up the Lima daily, El Comercio, and headed to the Café Haiti, one of the grand old-fashioned Lima cafés to have my first Peruvian meal (lomo saltado and a frothy pisco sour) while people-watching. The waiters are definitely old-school and after so many times there, they know who I am. “In Lima again?” one of the waiters asked me, “Are you ready for your lomo saltado?” You have to love that type of service.
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Hey! I know that guy!
Thanks for the mention…
In fact, we liked the mention so much, we featured it at Peru Food…
No, thank you for an excellent look at Peruvian food. I’ve added you to my rss feeds.