They say food is the intimate commodity: the only art form to engage all five senses simultaneously. Never has that felt more true to me than on a recent trip to Peru when I experienced Nikkei, a unique cuisine that applies Japanese techniques and influences to Peruvian ingredients.
Often regarded as South America’s leading food capital, Lima’s cultural diversity melds with traditional Peruvian culture to create a globally recognized culinary scene. Home to many of the world’s leading chefs, explore the vast flavors of Peru: Try local favorites like fresh-caught ceviche and dive into tradition with modern takes on Peru’s plentiful quinoa, corn, and potatoes. Read below to discover where to eat during your next trip to Lima, Peru.
The lights turn off and the sky is rendered an expansive masterpiece by millions of stars. Suspended over 1,300 feet above the Sacred Valley of the Incas, our Skylodge cabin, a transparent capsule hanging on the mountain-side, is our front row seat to the wonders of nature. The awe we experience at seeing the night sky in all its splendor from the comfort of our beds in this artful capture is just part of the adventure.