Peruvian Food

MISTURA DEL PERU!

A true Peruvian restaurant. This place is one of those that do not disappoint. They have the decor that one expects to find in a restaurant as well and has the flavors that are sought in a local Peruvian restaurant. Simplicity and taste.

Where?
Santa Isabel 0496, Providencia
Av. Pedro de Valdivia 3580, Ñuñoa
José Manuel Infante 1502, Providencia
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Mistura del Peru

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LA MAR!

It is one of the most visited restaurants in Santiago. Day and night are full and that is why you need to book before you go, otherwise, you will not find a table. The restaurant of the Peruvian chef Gastón Acurio has become the center of social gatherings in Santiago.

Where?
Av. Nueva Costanera 4076, Vitacura
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La Mar

SABOR Y AROMA!

It is no secret to anyone who in Peru boasts a lot of food because it is one of the most delicious in the locality, in fact, an online survey showed that Peruvians feel more identified with their food than with their native symbols. There must be a reason, isn’t?

Where?
Av. Raúl Labbé #12559, Lo Barnechea
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Sabor y Aroma
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ASTRID & GASTON!!

The story begins in 1994: Gastón Acurio and Astrid Gutsche, newcomers to study cooking in Paris, found the restaurant in a small house in Miraflores. At first, very French, according to the world trend. Then, over the years, decidedly Peruvians; Willing to revalue inputs and recipes, and with the clear objective of promoting Peruvian gastronomy in the world.

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Astrid y Gaston

MACHU PICCHU RESTAURANT!!

Machu Picchu Restaurant, pioneer in Peruvian gastronomy in Chile, named in honor of this true architectural and natural wonder of Peru, is a tradition of quality in the best classic Peruvian gastronomy .

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Machu Picchu