Food and Drink

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#LuxVox Twitter Chat on Food and Travel

We are taking part in #LuxVox Twitter chat today at 1pm GMT as we love all things food and travel related.  This chat will be discussing the ultimate culinary experiences, new food delicacies to look out for on your travels and food trends of 2015.   In the last couple of years Peruvian cuisine has […]

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Cocktail of the month at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

A new cocktail joins the list of freshening beverages signed at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel. After a long walk around the Lost City of the Incas, this blend of crème de cassis, passion fruit, organic tea and pisco is surely invigorating.  Learn here how to do it yourself with the below recipe 1½ oz […]

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The Peru effect: the rise of Peruvian restaurants across the globe

Finally, Peruvian food has emerged from the shadows and is receiving the international recognition it deserves. In London, the Peruvian restaurant Lima and its head chef Virgilio Martinez were recently awarded Michelin star status (their first of many, we hope) – the first such accolade for a Peruvian restaurant in London. Another proponent of Peruvian […]

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Our Gazpacho Soup Recipe

We’ve had quite a few requests for our Gazpacho Soup Recipe from Inkaterra. You can now make it in the comfort of your own home with the below recipe. We’d love to see your photos. Share your gazpacho soup images with us on our Facebook wall or on Twitter with hashtag #InkaterraGazpacho Ingredients Preparation 1. […]

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Competition to win Ceviche new cookbook ‘Ceviche Peruvian Kitchen’

We’re pleased to announce an exclusive competition for all our loyal followers! You could be in with the chance of winning a copy of the new cookbook Ceviche Peruvian Kitchen from Ceviche London. For the first time, Peruvian restaurateur and cook, Martin Morales, whose top London restaurant Ceviche opened to enormous critical and commercial success in 2012, […]

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Q&A with Gustavo Borja, Executive Chef at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Tell us a little about your background and how you came to be at ITMP My name is Gustavo Borja and I’m from Lima, Peru. I graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in Miami, Florida, and worked for the Marriott Marquis in Miami, for the Marriott in West Palm Beach Singer Island, and the National PGI […]

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The year of the quinoa at Inkaterra

Inkaterra celebrates the Year of the Quinoa

The United Nations recently declared 2013 “The International Year of the Quinoa,” and in celebration, we’re sharing a recipe of one of our most popular breakfast dishes: Quinoa pancakes. Quinoa is a highly versatile, gluten-free grain native to the South American Andes and is known for its great nutritional value, as well as its good […]

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Guest Blogger: Martin Morales – Pisco Sour Day

To celebrate Pisco Sour Day on February 2nd, we invited Martin Morales as our guest blogger for the week. Martin is founder of London Peruvian restaurant Ceviche. In 2010 Peruvian cuisine was almost unknown in the UK but now, its become the foodie craze of the past year, and Ceviche is one of the go-to destinations […]

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Inkaterra 2012 Review

A Review of 2012 for Inkaterra

The dawn of a new year is the perfect time to reflect on all that Inkaterra has achieved in 2012; a year filled with great memories, discoveries and successes. 2012 began well with Inkaterra becoming the first Peruvian hotel chain to win the ‘International Certificate in Sustainable tourism’ by the CU Green Choice Sustainable Tourism […]

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