You can eat even in the expensive Peruvian capital of Lima relatively cheap and you will still receive a good quantity and sufficient quality. That’s the case for every middle-class restaurant and especially every low-class diner. You get what you pay for. So what about dining at the upper class restaurants? Is it really worth to try high priced Peruvian food? Does a man like me with a quadruple stomach like a cow gets satisfied with a small gourmet portions? I made the self-experiment in the Barranco Bay area and had a charming companion.
Lima! Capital of Peru! Why should you live in Lima? And why should you leave the city again? Read the information of an insider who lived for more than one year in Lima.
Es raro encontrar bebidas locales en tiempos de distribución a nivel nacional. ¿Estás contento de volver a ver un cartel de Coca Cola, Heineken o Red Bull? Yo tampoco, por eso preferí Huajsapata, una bebida endémica de Puno. ¡No lo encontrarás en ningún otro lugar del mundo!
Local drinks are rare to find in times of nationwide distribution. Are you happy to see a Coca Cola, Heineken or Red Bull sign again? Me neither, that’s why I preferred Huajsapata, an endemic drink from Puno. You won’t find it anywhere else in the world!
In my last article I focused on the Andean kitchen and the culinary specialities from Arequipa. Now I would like to write about the typical beverages that you can order in this city. There were some gastronomic specialities, that surprised me. And some made me tipsy.
The Andean food of Arequipa is as rich in history as it is in flavor. I had the chance to discover the traditions of this mountainous region.