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Peruvian Restaurants in London

 Peruvian restaurants in London are on the rise

Nowadays, the cuisine of South America is becoming more and more popular among London foodies, and for good reason. Rich in exotic flavours and influenced by cooking styles and ingredients from all over the globe, Peruvian food is distinguished by its diversity. From Spanish to Japanese, West African and German cooking, the cuisine of Peru has been modified and enhanced by many different cuisines. At the Peruvian restaurants in London, you can look forward to a wide variety of options, ranging from the traditional to more modern interpretations and fusion cuisine. Some of the Peruvian restaurants in London are known all over the world, and belong to some of the most authentic restaurants outside of Peru itself. If you’re new to the cuisine, don’t fret, we’ve already narrowed it down – on Quandoo, you’ll easily find the London Peruvian restaurant that’s right for you.

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Escudo de Cuba

Escudo de Cuba

Stoke Newington
Latin American££££
5.5/6147
Escudo de Cuba
Tierra Peru

Tierra Peru

Highbury
Latin American££££
4.9/677
Tierra Peru
Pisqu

Pisqu

Fitzrovia
Latin American££££
4.8/682
Pisqu
El Inca Plebeyo

El Inca Plebeyo

Islington
Latin American££££
5.3/646
El Inca Plebeyo
Leicester Square Kitchen

Leicester Square Kitchen

Leicester Square
Latin American££££
5.0/61
Leicester Square Kitchen
Monmouth Kitchen

Monmouth Kitchen

Covent Garden
Latin American££££
4.2/65
Monmouth Kitchen
Ceviche Soho

Ceviche Soho

Soho
Latin American££££
5.0/62207
Ceviche Soho
Andina Peruvian Kitchen

Andina Peruvian Kitchen

Shoreditch
Latin American££££
5.2/61794
Andina Peruvian Kitchen
Ceviche Old St

Ceviche Old St

Old Street
Latin American££££
5.1/61272
Ceviche Old St
Casita Andina

Casita Andina

Soho
Latin American££££
5.1/6450
Casita Andina
Tito's Peruvian Restaurant

Tito's Peruvian Restaurant

Southwark
Latin American££££
4.8/6140
Tito's Peruvian Restaurant
Senor Ceviche

Senor Ceviche

Soho
Latin American££££
4.8/616
Senor Ceviche
La Bodeguita

La Bodeguita

Elephant and Castle
Latin American££££
5.3/67
La Bodeguita
La Fonda De Maria

La Fonda De Maria

Stockwell
Latin American££££
5.5/62
La Fonda De Maria

Chotto Matte

Soho
Latin American
Chotto Matte

Tostado

Soho
Latin American
Tostado

Coya

Mayfair
Latin American
Coya
Jenecheru London Restaurant

Jenecheru London Restaurant

Southwark
Latin American££££
Jenecheru London Restaurant
Tropical Steak and Fish House

Tropical Steak and Fish House

Southwark
Latin American££££
Tropical Steak and Fish House

El Rincon Quiteno

Holloway
Latin American££££
El Rincon Quiteno
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    A fusion of foods in the Peruvian restaurants in London

    Owing to a long history of cultural changes, Peruvian is considered to be one of the first fusion cuisines, and that’s long before fusion became the trend it is today. The cuisine blends the foods of the country’s indigenous peoples – such as potatoes, quinoa, lima beans, chile peppers, sweet potatoes – with that of the Spanish conquistadors of the 16th century, of African slaves forcibly brought over during the years of the slave trade, and in more recent years, of Japanese and Chinese immigrants. Perhaps the most well-known traditional food you’ll find in London’s Peruvian restaurants is ceviche, a refreshing dish made using raw fish, lemon or lime juice, chilli peppers and spices. There are many variations of this tasty dish, with some varieties incorporating herbs like cilantro and vegetables like onions or corn to add a different bite. Ceviche isn’t only popular in Peru. In fact, you’ll find this dish in countries all over South America and the Caribbean. After all, it’s the perfect dish for cooling off in hot weather, and even during the summer it provides a cooling break from the heat of the Peruvian restaurants in London.
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    Drink up: try pisco sours and Inca Kola at London’s Peruvian restaurants

    In Peru, you’ll find many unique beverages that differ from the usual colas we’re so often exposed to. Thankfully, you don’t have to travel to Peru just to taste them – many of them are sold alongside the food at the many Peruvian restaurants in London. One popular beverage is called Inca Kola. This non-alcoholic beverage is suitable for the whole family, and its taste is unlike any other drinks. Flavoured with lemongrass, Inca Kola was once considered a symbol of Peruvian nationalism. Yellow in colour, the drink is very sweet, with a flavour almost like candy. If you’re looking to get a little buzz on in one of the Peruvian restaurants in London, we can recommend Peru’s national drink, pisco. This alcoholic beverage is made from fresh grapes, then distilled to create a drink that can be best compared to brandy. Mix it up with an egg white, sugar and key lime juice, and you’ve got yourself a pisco sour, or let someone else mix it for you at one of London’s Peruvian restaurants.
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    Find a new favourite food in the Peruvian restaurants around London

    In London, Peruvian restaurants are becoming more and more popular, so you should have no trouble finding one that’s close to you. Even better, with Quandoo you can find and book the best Peruvian restaurants in London with ease, and earn Loyalty Points with each reservation and review you leave. It’s simple, and best of all, it’s free! Sign up to begin reaping the rewards.