Fodor's Expert Review Maracuyeah

$ Puerto Maldonado Peruvian
It doesn't look like much, but this bamboo-and-wood building on the bank of the Madre de Dios River is a popular spot with locals, especially at sunset. The menu is limited, and people tend to share dishes like lomo fino (tenderloin strips sautéed with onions, garlic, and a splash of pisco) served with cassava fries. Wash it down with cold beer, a tropical fruit drink, or a caipirinha (Brazilian cachaca rum and lime juice).
Peruvian Views Casual Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

142 26 de Diciembre
Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios  Peru


Known For:
  • Sunset viewing
  • Typical Peruvian food
  • Loud music

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