Universidad del Pacífico
Av. Salaverry 2020
Jesús María 15072, Peru
|MELIÁ LIMA HOTEL|
Basic Individual: $135 plus taxes
Deluxe Double Occupation: $155 plus taxes
Premium The Level: $160 plus taxes
All rooms include breakfast and Wi-Fi
For reservations: https://goo.gl/forms/Zf0QcN5B3trRzFeJ2
Av. Salaverry 2599 San Isidro, Lima - Perú
Ph: +51-1 4119000 Ext. 2525 Fax: +51-1 4119022
|Astrid y Gastón|
The flagship of Peru's most celebrated chefs (Gastón Acurio and his wife Astrid Gutsche). This popular restaurant serves inventive variations on traditional Peruvian cuisine. Acurio is a master of both flavor and presentation. Each dish the waiters carry out is a work of art. Reserve two weeks ahead of time, or arrive early and eat in the bar.
Address: Cantuarias Street 175, Miraflores
Phone: (511) 242 4422
|Brujas de Cachiche|
Although the name conjures up a haunted house, Witches of Cachiche is a modern space with huge windows, soaring ceilings, and modern art. The magic is the cooking, which draws on Peru's traditional cuisines.
Address: Bolognesi Street 472, Miraflores
Phone: (511) 444 5310
|La Rosa Náutica|
One of the most recognizable landmarks in Miraflores, La Rosa Náutica is a rambling Victorian-style building perched over the Pacific at the end of a long pier. Its dining rooms have spectacular views of the water, where surfers ride the breakers by day. Stop by in the late afternoon for a drink, as the sunsets can be stunning.
Address: Espigón 4, Circuito de Playas, Miraflores
Phone: (511) 445 0149
A really nice place with a fascinating structure; where Chinese and Peruvians ingredients are mixed. This restaurant is owned by Gastón Acurio (wellknown chef in Perú).
Address: Santa Cruz Avenue 859, Miraflores
Phone: (511) 5055090
It is a modern bar where you can try different kind of cocktails and snacks. It is a completely different alternative in Lima and the place is really cozy.
Address: Bolognesi Street 498, Miraflores
Phone: (511) 584 2021
Nestled behind a hedge of potted plants, this Peruvian fusion restaurant offers an excellent mix of light fare and irresistible desserts. There is an extensive salad selection. Share an order of causushis (cold mashed potato with various fillings), then sample the ravioli bachiche (in a spicy cream sauce), or arroz Tanta. For dessert, ask for a chocolúcuma.
Address: Escribanos Passage 142, El Centro
Phone: (511) 426 7796
Housed in a restored mansion where Barranco's stately Avenida Sáenz Peña meets the Malecón, Dédalo is worth a visit even if you don't want to shop. It is packed with the colorful works of dozens of independent artists and artisans.
Address: Sáenz Peña Avenue 295, Barranco
Phone: (511) 652 5400
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