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September 20, 2022 6 min read

There are people who like to taste gastronomic delicacies from all over the world, even getting into culinary tourism to find the most famous places to eat.

A few years ago, the world started falling in love with Peruvian culture; its fashion, its traditions and most of all its food.

Filled with exotic ingredients with strong foreign inspiration, Peruvian food has something to offer that no one else can: a homelike taste. 

So it’s only natural for people to want to hunt down the bestPeruvian restaurants from different parts of the world and live an experience unforgettable to your palate.  

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Some of the best Peruvian restaurants in the world 

Without further ado, we bring you some of the bestPeruvian restaurants from around the globe.

This is not a final list and the restaurants are not listed in any particular order; in fact there’s actually dozens of fantastic restaurants that do a good job at capturing the essence of Peru. 

Panca (New York, US)

According to their website, Panca started with a dream of presenting the wide diversity and fusion of Peruvian food, using the best and most authentic ingredients in a modern presentation.

Led by chef Emmanuel Piqueras, this delicious and innovative restaurant has managed to stay hip and relevant for eight years in Greenwich Village, an almost impossible task for any restaurant in NYC.

The specialty of thisPeruvian restaurant are Taquitos de Camarón, or shrimp tacos with spices. 

Nuna (Punta del Este, Uruguay)

This exclusivePeruvian restaurant in Uruguay was made possible thanks to chef Jaime Pesaque; who first learned the secrets of Peruvian cuisine from his family’s cooking.

He later studied at Le Cordon Bleu, where he discovered he could take the roots of Peruvian food to other parts of the world.

According to Pesaque, Peruvian food is an expanding trend with no intention of stopping. Nuna is known for its Langostinos Soberbios, a lobster dish with camote cream andají amarillo sauce

Lima Limon (Las Vegas, US)

One of the things that make thisPeruvian restaurant unique (but also quite typical for Peruvian culture) is that it’s a family business.

Chef Christian Vasquez Torres brings authentic Peruvian flavor to his own inventions and mixes, after all, cuisine is all about experimenting.

Enjoy meals such as “Ceviche in Huacatay sauce” and “Green Causa rellena with grilled octopus” while you admire the traditional decor, including a Gigantic Llama work of art. (To learn the recipe for Causa Rellena clickhere)

14 Inkas (Bogota, Colombia)

Don’t get fooled by big enterprises, they also know a thing or two about quality. An example of this is 14 Inkas, led by chefs Jose Luis Zarate and Alexander Dave Torres. These two creative minds own Grupo Nazca, a consortium ofPeruvian restaurants all over Colombia.

This hip restaurant is located in a modern shopping area of the city, thus attracting a younger crowd. Get swirled up by 14 Inkas’ specialty: “Pollito Peruano” (Peruvian chick), a chicken marinated for 36 hours in black beer, mustard,ají panca, and vinegar. 

 La Mar (San Francisco, US)

This Peruvian restaurant holds a very special place for the Latin country. Its chef and creator, Gaston Acurio, decided his true career was cuisine, and even after studying law he decided to enroll at Le Cordon Bleu and follow his dreams.

He wasn’t wrong to do this; now he holds the title of “Ambassador of Peruvian Cuisine” and is considered the most successful Peruvian chef in the world. His flagship restaurant, La Mar, has another location in Miami, and its specialty dish is “Ceviche del Amor”, prepared withrocoto cream and coral crab. 

Barandiaran (Santiago, Chile)

ThePeruvian restaurant we list here is living proof of how cuisine can change the world. Its head chef, Marco Barandiaran, emigrated to Chile to cook for the Peruvian embassy, some time after he founded the famous restaurant, now a trademark in the city of Santiago.

He made Peruvian food so relevant in Chile that he was named an “Honorable resident” by the Chilean government. Thanks to this, Peru and Chile were able to leave behind past  conflicts and enjoy the deliciousness of Peruvian food. 

These are just some of the many, manyPeruvian restaurants that pride their country by being among the best of the best. If there’s a small chance you can visit one of them  don’t miss it, remember Peruvian food knows no borders!


Then the bad news. We're not in the best health. Our eating habits make us sicker. The prevalence of obesity is increasing, and weight-related health problems like hypertension, heart disease, and hypertension are prevalent. Many of these diseases can be easily avoided by adjusting our eating habits.

Superfoods are getting more popular and are frequently utilized to address people's health issues regarding processed foods. It is believed that the Peruvian food market for superfoods is expanding quickly and holds enormous potential to grow further over the coming years.

Farmers can benefit significantly from the most diverse ecosystems and rich soil. Conscious food producers frequently use these vital fruits, nuts, and vegetables for ingredients in drinks, snacks as well as condiments.

We believe Peruvian superfoods can be the perfect supplement to your daily diet. They can help you feel healthier and enhance your quality of life. It's a great promise to get small, tiny packets!

Read on to understand the factors that make these natural ingredients unique in their benefits to your health. Then, discover why Peruvians are proud of their indigenous superfoods and trying to promote a healthier lifestyle based on nutritional information, far beyond trendy fads.


What exactly is kiwicha, and why aren't we aware of it previously? Kiwicha is often called amaranth or even mini quinoa. It is a fantastic superfood, but this time in the form of seeds.

The tiny cereal-like seeds are known for their impressive nutritional profile. It has been grown in and throughout Peru for more than 4000 years. Kiwicha grains are rich in protein and fiber in the diet, which aids in lowering LDL cholesterol levels and improving health and wellness for the cardiovascular system.

A cup of Kiwicha is enough to give you between 15 and 20% of the recommended daily intake of dietary fiber. At 250 calories for a cup, it's also an excellent source of energy that is slow-released. Kiwicha is also loaded with minerals and vitamins, particularly B vitamins like B6, B9, and more.

These vitamins aid in increasing metabolism and boosting your energy levels, and they support the health of your red blood cells. Regarding general well-being, However, these vitamins, particularly vitamin B9, aid your body in naturally synthesizing nucleic acids, which are the building blocks of DNA. 



The first step is to study a grain that has received much attention lately for all the right reasons. Quinoa, pronounced as Keen-wah, is an ancient Peruvian superfood consumed for thousands of years by the early Incas. The early Incas believed that Quinoa was more important than pure gold because they thought it aided in increasing the strength of their warriors, which made them stronger soldiers.

Today, Quinoa is consumed for reasons other than turning us better soldiers; although it helps to increase the stamina of the body, it no denies that.

Quinoa is a grain that is fluffy that is like couscous. It is an excellent source of plant-based protein and the only protein derived from plants to have all nine amino acids. Additionally, Quinoa's fatty acids resist boiling, meaning more nutrients stay in the cooked version.

Quinoa also has high levels of fiber which aids in reducing LDL cholesterol levels. It also aids in improving satisfaction after consumption, ensuring you'll feel fuller for a longer time. The grains are minerals and vitamins that boost the immune system and improve circulation. Additionally, it's completely gluten-free, which means it can be necessary for any healthy diet.

And, for all cooks out there, It is also an extremely versatile food and is a great choice to eat in many different ways, such as tasty desserts. You can try this famous Peruvian dish in your next word.


We are now at my personal favorite, Lucuma. The creamy drink of gods' is a different Peruvian food item that belongs in the traditional Peruvian superfoods section. Lucuma was a cult favorite of the Incas and is known for its flavor and many health benefits.

Lucuma is a nutrient-rich fruit that contains beta carotene, which helps give it its distinctive orange color. At first glance, one might mistake Lucuma as a smooth avocado because, from the outside, they look similar. However, looking at the flesh of the orange is not a problem. Lucuma is a mix of sweet potato, maple, and caramel. As you can imagine, it's lovely and delicious.

Mainly, Lucuma is excellent for people who lack trace elements since it has 14 essential trace elements, such as magnesium, potassium, sodium, and calcium. In addition, in 100 grams of Fruit, Lucuma provides more than 92 mg of calcium, which is an excellent choice for those who maintain their teeth and bones healthy and strong.

There's more to it; Lucuma also possesses a range of anti-inflammatory properties that aid in the management of pain, aid in the healing of wounds, and the prevention of aging on the skin. Are you looking for detox to combat the effects of aging? Consume Lucuma to keep your skin looking radiant and satisfied while doing it.

Lucuma is a highly well-known ingredient in desserts, and ice cream made from Lucuma is exceptionally delicious. Don't miss out on the chance to taste it.

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