- Perú is one of the countries with more immigrants, part of them were the japanese, many from Okinawan origin (despised by their fellow japanese from other islands by being darker and with more body hair) they arrived as early as 150 years ago and didn´t stop coming as this country was forged -like it or not- of a blend of cultures, races and different traditions. By chance peruvian sea has a wonderful variety of seafood and fish, Lima, in front of the sea, benefits of this, and much of its cuisine is based on delicious fresh fish, much of which, unfortunately, is burnt to be sold as ashes (harina de pescado) for cattle and other farm animals´food, sad in a country that has so much poverty and hunger. But, back to our matter, don´t leave without trying a good sushi, I´ve tried to find a good one elsewhere in southamerica and it has been impossible. If you want good cuisine in southamerica, besides local plates, you got to eat out in Lima. (yes, Lima, not really all of Peru is good for gourmands, the provinces could be quite disappointing as the rest of south america if you skip local dishes)
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