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Elegant and charming residential neighborhood located north of Lima features neo-classic architecture, cobblestone streets, excellent dining, good shopping and the Huaca Hallamarma, a restored pre-Inca pyramid that now serves as a small museum of...more
All reviews nice neighborhood olive trees upper class upmarket suburb residential area of lima astrid y gaston a great place to stay nice church safe place walk around shopping mall visiting lima embassies district parks el homes
San Isidro is another very beautiful and built up district of Lima that is similar to Miraflores. It has a very westernised and modern feel to it but is a bit more rustic than Miraflores. There are some very nice residential areas and also some...More
Wearing comfortable shoes, I walked to the San Isidros Market to buy exotic fruit and to eat ceviche, made by the fish market owner. I returned to the Miraflores hotel to drop off the fruit.
Then continued my exercise by walking to Forest El Oliver,...More
San Isidro is home to Lima's upper class and wealthy. Like Miraflores, one feels safe and undiminished by this architecturally beautiful neighborhood. This district houses private homes, business associations ( former residences that have become too expensive to maintain by private citizens), embassies, hotels and...More
Haschanged a lot in 40 years. Used to be mostly residential with fine houses and a few restaurants. Now many of those mansions have been turned into small offices or raised and the area turned into shopping mall. Restaurants everywhere and some like Astrid y...More
Along with Miraflores (to the south), San Isidro is a great place to be in when visiting Lima. It is the financial district of Lima with many banks and companies, along with many foreign embassies in the municipality. It has many nice homes and high-rise...More
Response from sheboygannancy | Reviewed this property |
Wish I could help but we didn't eat there. We stayed at a B&B and spent the rest of our time sightseeing and eating elsewhere. Can't imagine you can go wrong in Peru though. Everything they serve is delicious.
If you like Chinese or Chifa as they are called in Peru, the best in San Isidro is called Royal in Prescott Avenue. For Peruvian and International food there is the Tanta in the Park EL Olivar San Isidro