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Offering diners spectacular waterfront vistas and beautifully crafted dishes that combine Peruvian flavors with a Mediterranean touch, Cala is a true feast for the senses. The menu features a selection of seafood fare, including the classic ceviche, as well as risottos and pasta. Head downstairs to their modern lounge bar to end your special night while you listen to the sound of the waves crashing and feel the sea breeze. Reservations are highly recommended.


Stretching from the Andean Mountains to the Amazonian jungle to the fresh waters of the Pacific, the Peruvian cuisine is a true reflection of the country's incredible biodiversity. Lima, as the center of it all, presents you with a top-notch gastronomic experience. Known as the “Gastronomy Capital of Latin America," this city is a genuine culinary hot spot. From tiny holes-in-the-wall to three restaurants on the list of the world's best, food here is a serious matter. At the forefront is the good old ceviche, the country's national dish. Also worth trying is the lomo saltado (stir-fried beef), anticuchos de corazón (skewers of grilled hearts), and the ají de gallina (spicy chicken stew), this apart from the popular fusion cuisines Nikkei and Chifa. Discover the top restaurants in Lima, Peru: