Fodor's Expert Review Huaca Pucllana
The view of the 1,500-year-old pre-Inca ruins is reason enough to dine at Huaca Pucllana, but the sumptuous Peruvian and international cuisine is a close second. The best tables are outside, with a view of the huaca (ruins), which are spectacularly lighted at night. You can combine dinner with a 40-minute guided tour of the ruins from 7 to 10: pm, except on Tuesday. The Peruvian fusion menu includes treats such as grilled alpaca in a mustard sauce with corn soufflé and paiche (an Amazon fish) fillet with Brazil-nut flakes and a cocona (jungle fruit) and aji chili sauce.
Calle General Borgoño at Calle Ayacucho
Lima, Lima 18, Peru
- Priceless view of pre-Inca ruins
- Quality Peruvian cuisine
- Reservations essential