For those who keep up to date with the culinary delights of the world will know that Peruvian food is the up and coming cuisine of the moment. The South American country’s mouthwatering cured-fish ceviches, spicy mashed-potato causas and tender alpaca steaks are going global. Last week saw Phil Vickery from ITV’s ‘This Morning’ take us […]
The variety of tea in the Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel are two: Tea of India and Gold Tea, although each type of tea has a different taste, smell and visual appearance. The tea processing for each of the different flavours consists of a very similar set of methods. At Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel we […]
Newly opened in London this month, Lima is a great example of classic Peruvian food. Equally popular is the new patio at Peruvian Chef Gaston Arcurio’sNew York venture La Mar. If you’re lucky enough to venture to Peru itself, here are our suggestions of the best places for high end palates in Cuzco.
“Against hunger and malnutrition” is the main idea from the campaign carried out by Action Against Hunger‘s Spanish arm, an organization that since 1979 has been active in more than 40 countries in Africa, Asia, South America and Europe. Between the 15th of June and the 15th of July, 50 of the best gourmet restaurants in Peru will offer […]
If you’re in downtown Aguas Calientes to visit Machu Picchu and the surrounding area, why not pay a visit to the buzzy, hip cocktail bar at El MaPi hotel byInkaterra? We have great atmosphere and a delicious range of cocktails using fresh Peruvian fruits and spirits. It’s a great place to meet fellow travellers and […]
Frommer’s, the Food Channel, National Geographic and London Confidential all agree: Peru is the hottest destination for foodies in 2012. With two Peruvian restaurants opening in London early next year, Ceviche pisco bar and Lima-London fine-dining establishment, gastro-bloggers are already salivating over the Sino-South American fusion that has marked the cuisine of Peru for decades.