Peruvian Cousine is a history lesson onto itself.
Peruvian cuisine is an eclectic blend of native Peruvian and Incan cuisine as well as the cuisines brought to Peru by immigrating Spaniards, Asians and West Africans. As various ethnic groups migrated to Peru, they modified their homeland cuisines by using vegetables and other foodstuffs available locally. In fact, Peru was one of the breeding grounds for fusion cuisine.
Henrry will guide you to the best cuisine around from ceviches to empanadas carapulcras and, of course, Andean dishes such as pachamanca, alpaca and cuy (be brave, it’s guinea pig!)
In your visit to the Andes you will be delighted by the simple, yet delicious cuisine creatively using the country’s staple crops of corn, potatoes, anmaranthaceaes (such as quinoa) and legumes.