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$ Barranco Peruvian

It's easy to miss this tiny historic café half a block north of Barranco's Parque Municipal, but it is known for serving inexpensive, traditional dishes such as carapulcra (stewed beef and potatoes), and pescado a la chorrillana (fish fillet in a tomato, onion, and aji chili broth). Traditional limeño puddings such as manjar de lucuma (made from a native fruit) or the vanilla-and-cinnamon suspiro a la limeña are the best reasons to stop by.

Peruvian Quiet Lunch Dinner Dessert $

Quick Facts

Av. Grau 341
Lima, Lima  04, Peru

01-477–4199

Known For:
  • Inexpensive set lunches
  • Traditional limeño desserts

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