Peru, living Culinary Experience
According to the international publication Taste Atlas, the experiential travel guide for traditional food ranked Lima among the 100 best cities to try local food, just below the Italian cities of Florence and Rome. Through its social networks, Taste Atlas highlighted that these cities, which do not necessarily have the most exclusive chefs or culinary awards, are within the reach of less wealthy tourists or those who want to save money. “No, these are not the cities with the most Michelin stars, nor the cities with the most famous chefs. These are not the dishes or restaurants that will get the most likes on Instagram. These are not faraway places for those who have money to get away from all the common people. National gastronomy appears as third, with a general score of 4.66.
Taste Atlas is an encyclopedia of flavors, a world atlas of traditional dishes, local ingredients, and authentic restaurants.
Peru’s Culinary Delights: Experience the Vibrant Flavors and Authentic Cuisine
They have cataloged over 10,000 foods and drinks, and there are dozens of thousands yet to be researched and mapped. The popular ones, as well as the forgotten tastes and aromas of every city, region, and village in the world.
Travel, explore, eat, and drink. Discover and appreciate local foods, respect the people making it, is its philosophy
Peru’s Gastronomic Wonders: Unleash Your Taste Buds in a Culinary Escape
They don’t mention only restaurants, but the preferred foods as Ceviche, Pollo a la Brasa, Lomo Saltado, butifarra y many much more, as well as fruits and vegetables that are used in their preparations or other that are exotics, not forgetting the soft and alcoholic drinks that most represent the country
You have to come to Peru, that is all!