Peruvian cuisine and Pisco Sours


Roccoto relleno, a Peruvian delicacy

During your tour

We make sure you get to taste a large variety of typical Peruvian meals, cooked fresh and in perfect hygienic conditions.  But in various places, you will also have the option to have a simple delicious meal as you would find it back home: a juicy burger,  a cheesy pizza, a fresh salad, or a good pasta dish.​

You likely won't resist participating in a Pisco tasting at the Pisco Museum in Cusco, while learning about Pisco history and how it is produced.

Included in your trip fees:

- 9 breakfasts, 8 lunches, and the farewell dinner


Pisco demonstration at the Pisco Museum

About Peruvian cuisine and Pisco

The US food critic Eric Asimov has described Peruvian cuisine as one of the world's most important cuisines and as an exemplar of fusion cuisine, due to its long multicultural history.

The iconic Peruvian meal is ceviche: raw fish cured in lime juice, and spiced with aji, coriander, and onions.

Another delectable meal is roccoto relleno; a pepper stuffed with meat and vegetables and oven-baked with cheese on top (see first picture above).

Other remarkable Peruvian dishes include: aji de gallina, locro de zapallo, guiso de quinoa, lomo saltado, frejoles con carne, tortilla de verduras, chupe de pescado, chicharron de calamar, arroz tapado.