Fodor's Expert Review Amoramar
Amoramar doesn't look like much from the street, but step through the door, and you'll discover an oasis of poinciana trees in a restored adobe house. Seafood dominates the menu, with a selection ranging from the traditional pulpo a la parrilla to creative recipes such as atún saltado (tuna strips sautéed with onions and aji peppers), chaufa de quinua (vegetarian stir-fry with quinoa), and canilla de cordero (roast lamb in a mild chili sauce). Arrive and leave by taxi at night.
Jr. García y García 175
Lima, Lima 04, Peru
- Excellent seafood
- Eclectic dining setting
- Best to take a taxi to and from here at night
- Scrumptious pastel de choclo con mariscos (corn pudding with seafood)