Lima Restaurants

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  • 1

    Astrid y Gastón

    19 reviews

    Upscale restaurant serving traditional Peruvian dishes. Great food, nice ambiance, and you only pay one third of the price of a comparable place in the US. Highly recommended.

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  • 2

    La Mar Cebicheria

    11 reviews

    Amazing Ceviche and restaurant environment. We were the only tourists there too, which is always a plus. We sat at the bar and also really enjoyed watching the bartenders mixing a never-ending supply of pisco sours and variants...

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  • 3

    Pastelería San Antonio

    8 reviews

    Good value for your money!

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  • 4

    Brujas de Cachiche

    Great food and bar

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  • 5


    7 reviews

    Good place to eat, with a nice ocean view

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  • 6

    La Rosa Nautica

    6 reviews

    The last thing you expect to see in Lima's upscale Miraflores district is something akin to a British Edwardian seaside pier. We found this thanks for reading the memoirs of John Simpson, the BBC's world affairs corresondent. This is home to one of our favourite seafood restaurants in the entire world. And as for whether the Peruvians or Chileans make ...

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  • 7

    Madam Tusan de Gaston Acurio

    5 reviews

    Chinese Peruvian fusion - basically this is my people's food!

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  • 8


    5 reviews

    Love this place

  • 9

    Restaurant Huaca Pucllana

    5 reviews

    A stalwart of the Miraflores restaurant scene not to be confused with the nearby pyramid ruins, from which it takes its name. With its Peruvian and international menu, as well as location, this place often shows up in top 10 restaurant lists and deservedly so.

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  • 10


    5 reviews

    Malabar by chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino has been ranked among the 100 best restaurants in the world, and it certainly deserves that title for its innovative menu that takes Peruvian ingredients to a new level. Think: native potatoes made to look like rocks, yucca "shells" died with squid ink, and nests of strips of dried alpaca. While the price tag ...

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  • 11


    4 reviews
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  • 12

    El Mercado

    4 reviews

    OMG, really, this place has the best ceviche I've ever had in my life. El Mercado is located on a cross street from Avenida La Mar, where most fancy cevicherías are located, but this is one of the few places where you almost won't find tourists (yet). The ceviches are a piece of heaven, entrées and desserts are worth saving ...

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  • 13


    4 reviews

    Great Value, delicious and comforting foods, Norky's is a chain of parilla /bbq/rotisserie restaurants that are frequented by locals and adventurous visitors. We had a very delicious and inexpensive meal and we still talk about how great (good food and good prices) that meal at Norky's was.

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  • 14

    Arabica Espresso Bar

    4 reviews

    Once you try an espresso made with freshly roasted beans from Arabica, you will never be able to enjoy your chain-store brew again. David Bisetti, the man at the reigns of an independent coffee shop push in Lima, inherited his love of coffee from his grandfather who opened a roasterie in 1958. He sources his beans from within the country, ...

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  • 15

    Segundo Muelle

    4 reviews

    CEVICHE!!! SO many varieties offered as well as an extensive seafood menu. Yes, the prices may be considered on the expensive side, but you are paying for cleanliness, safety and your health. The staff was on par. Ambiance was elegant but casual. They have outdoor seating but with big windows to help against the weather.

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  • 16

    La Lucha

    All of the upscale food options can get a little overwhelming (and expensive) in Lima, so if you ever just need a sandwich, don't go to Subway. Instead, head to Peru's favorite sandwich chain, La Lucha, and pick up the local favorite: pan con chicharron. The French bun is filled with sweet potato, fried pork, and a sauce of lime ...

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  • 17


    4 reviews

    If you like rolls a lot (and I really mean A LOT) and you want to experience some new flavors, try this all-you-can-eat place. Good non-traditional japanese-peruvian food. The only downside? The place is a bit teen-oriented, so if you're above 25 you'll probably feel a little bit out of place.

  • 18

    El Pan de la Chola

    4 reviews

    Located at the end of La Mar, one of the city's restaurant hotspots, this tiny hole-in-the-wall is hard to spot, but it's well worth the search. The bread is fresh baked and delicious, and the sandwiches are some of the best in Lima. Try the caprese on foccaccia with a locally brewed beer. Save room for dessert - the brownies ...

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  • 19

    Pescados Capitales

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  • 20

    Gelateria Laritza

    Laritza has the best ice cream in Lima. The special gelatos on huge cups with frosting and sauces are the best.

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