Probably Central and Astrid Y Gaston are on the top of every foodie's list for Lima. To supplement that list I'd recommend a stop at Malabar and Maido, both offering a different, but equally amazing, perspective on Peruvian food. We dined here at lunch. The atmosphere was modern and classy, but comfortable. The potato with crispy quinoa was the highlight of the starters for us, but both of our main courses were also spectacular. The lamb was incredibly tender and very flavourful. The meal ended with a creative tree from which you plucked a small chocolate. This place does chocolate and pisco very well, too, so don't forget that. I really wish to give this a 5/5 but there was a hiccup with the service at the end where I was brought back someone else's bill and credit card and we were offered the meal-ending tree twice. A mix-up, obviously, but one you wouldn't expect at a world class restaurant. Anyway, I'm sure that doesn't happen often and it doesn't reflect on the quality of food or the service in general, which was good. Overall, a must stop in Lima. The food itself ranks with other great restaurants in the culinary capital of South America, Lima Peru.
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