Gastronomic Tour in Lima – Famous for being the gastronomic capital of Latin America, Lima is synonymous with Good food. The richness of its land and its cultural diversity make Peru a country of exquisite and varied cuisine.
The essence of the gastronomy of Lima is the heritage of prehispanic and colonial times, during which a thousand products form the countryside and a multifold of cultures shared for centuries the same territory, which ended up creating an infinite choice for the palate to taste.
With our gastronomical tour, you will taste everything, from “Causa Rellena” to a delicious “Aji de Gallina”, a refreshing Ceviche or a “Lomo Saltado”, afterward you will be full, satisfied and a specialist in tasting the Peruvian Cuisine.
|Duration: 5 Hours||Altitude: 154 m / 505.3 ft|
|Difficulty: Easy||Season: All year|
10:00 AM Pick up at the hotel
Our culinary adventure will begin with a visit to a typical “Peruvian Market” where we will find a great variety of inputs used in the preparation of our main dishes and typical desserts, we will enjoy unique fruits such as Chirimoya, Lucuma, Aguaymanto and Pacae.
We will also visualize a great variety of fruits offered by the sea, considered one of the richest in the world.
We will visit a restaurant where the Chef will give us a practical class on the preparation of Ceviche and Pisco Sour, emblems of Peruvian Gastronomy.
We will continue with lunch at a famous restaurant in Chorrillos “La Sirena Restobar” overlooking the Pacific Ocean to taste a variety of traditional dishes and desserts of our Peruvian cuisine.
At the end we will receive a certification of having successfully completed the typical Limean cooking class, the recipe with the complete procedure for the preparation of the Ceviche and also a souvenir photo with our chef.
Important: The exact time schedule of the tour will be confirmed in a previous briefing.
- Pick up at hotel (Miraflores, Barranco and San Isidro).
- Bilingual tour guide.
- Practical class on the preparation of Ceviche, Causa and Pisco Sour.
- Recipe booklet and Certificate of Participation.
TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE
- Services not detailed in the Program.
- Personal expenses.
- Sneakers or comfortable shoes.
- Personal documents.
- Photographic or video camera.
- Extra money for extra purchases.
LIMA GASTRONOMY TOUR
Did you know that Lima city is considered the Gastronomic Capital of America, in Lima city everything revolves around food. And this is characterized in its excellent restaurants, bars and taverns where thousands of years of flavors and ingredients from the coast, mountains and jungle merge.
Peruvian gastronomy is very varied due to the cultural diversity of the regions of Peru. When we talk about the typical dishes of Lima, the gastronomy of the capital has nothing to envy to other regions, or to other cities famous for their food.
In essence is lima a city of pre-Hispanic and colonial heritage. A cultural encounter that left its mark on the kitchen, which led to a mixture of ingredients, recipes and techniques that has transcended borders.
WHAT TO TRY ON THE GASTRONOMIC TOUR?
Although it is very likely that you will have the opportunity to try everything that appears below, keep in mind that the food in Lima Peru may vary slightly depending on the season and the availability of the products.
- Avocado toast: Accompanied by pariah cheese and pink salt from Maras
- Lucuma Juice: Fresh juice made from the lucuma fruit
- Variety of fruits: Depending on the season, you will taste custard apple, granadilla, aguaymanto and more
- Peruvian Chocolate: Premium Organic Chocolate, Small Batch
- Peruvian coffee: Peruvian coffee from the Junín region prepared in V60
- Causa Lima: Pressed potato, seasoned with lemon and chili pepper, and stuffed with tuna and avocado
- Ceviche: The most famous dish in Peru. Fresh raw fish cured in lime and spiced with chili pepper
- Chicha morada: Sweet drink made with purple corn, cinnamon and cloves
- Lomo saltado: Saltado of beef tenderloin, a dish with Cantonese influences, served with rice and French fries
- Inca Kola: The famous Peruvian soda that Coca Cola could never beat
- Pisco sour: Peru’s most famous cocktail, made from Pisco, lime, egg white, and syrup
- Ice cream: Artisan ice cream with
DO WE EAT A LOT DURING THIS TOUR?
Definitely! It is recommended not to eat anything other than a light breakfast before this food tour. This tour constitutes a standard size breakfast and lunch with dessert. It will be very excellent to taste a little of everything.
WHAT IF I HAVE DIETARY RESTRICTIONS OR ALLERGIES?
If you suffer from any allergies or dietary restrictions, be sure to inform us when making your reservation and / or sales and we will take the necessary precautions.
This food tour can cater for people with any allergies, including but not limited to gluten, lactose, and soy. It can also be adapted for vegetarians and vegans.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
We have price alternatives that accommodate all budgets, prices per person, expressed in US Dollars.
Make your quotes and reservations by email [email protected], you can also communicate with one of our sales executives at the telephones detailed below, we will be happy to assist you.
Phone – WhatsApp: +51 969 787 221
Phone – WhatsApp: +51 986 994 218
HOW TO BOOK THE TOUR?
To start the reservation process, please send us the following information:
- Name and surname:
- Passport number:
- Date of Birth:
- Very important – We need the address and information about the hotel that you are staying at, in the city of Lima, to be able to pick you up at the time when the tour starts
To confirm reservations it is required to pay 50% in advance and the other 50% can be paid upon arrival at your destination.
- WESTER UNION
- TRANSFER TO OUR BANK ACCOUNT PERU
- All rates for our Peru Packages are expressed in US dollars (subject to currency exchange rates) and are priced per person
- The rates for Peruvians only include VAT
- All our rates are subject to availability and circumstances
- Children under 2 years and 11 months are considered INF (babies) and are not permitted on this tour
- Children from 3 to 10 years and 11 months are considered DCC (child) and thus eligible for special rates and obliged to share the room with their parents
- Children over 11 years old are considered adults
- Minors must travel with an identity document
- Rates do not apply to holidays, Easter, long weekends, national holidays, Christmas, or New Year