Fodor's Expert Review El Bolivariano

$$ Pueblo Libre Peruvian Fodor's Choice
Set in a colonial finca (farm house) that dates from 1780, this Lima institution offers some of the heartiest down-home cooking in the entire capital. Criollo classics such as seco de cabrito and costillas de cerdo con tacu-tacu (ribs with pan-fried rice and beans) are especially well done, but you'd be hard-pressed to find a weak spot anywhere on the extensive menu. After 11 pm on weekends, the back room turns into a festive dance hall.
Peruvian Lively Lunch Dinner $$ Fodor's Choice

Quick Facts

Cl. Rosa Toledo 289
Lima, Lima  Peru


Known For:
  • Pescado a lo macho
  • Good pisco sours and chilcanos
  • Lively crowd with dancing after 11 pm on weekends
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No dinner Sun.

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