You don't need to spend all your money nor break your budget to enjoy a good meal in Lima.
But of course you can do it if you want: Lima restaurants offer a wide array of alternatives, from luxury five-star places to small, hidden home-like restaurants that offer a complete three-course meal (including a soft drink) for as little as US $5.
And of course, there are many choices in between.
The choice is entirely up to you, your preferences and needs. Let Lima surprise you with these delicious, tasteful experiences.
Rafael (owned by the young yet popular chef Rafael Osterling) will surprise you with its delicate Peruvian-Mediterranean fusion; other very good restaurant is Panchita, specialized in creole-fusion, the latest creation of the famous local chef Gastón Acurio.
Other places in Miraflores are also Huaca Pucllana, located beside an impressive archaeological area, as well as La Mar, Sonia and Pescados Capitales, all of these specialized in seafood; El Kapallaq, specialized in Peruvian and fusion food; and La Rosa Nautica, located in the beach, very close to the sea.
Other interesting choices would be Matsuei, a place dedicated to Japanese-Peruvian fusion, and Malabar, a luxury place where you will have an unforgettable dinner.
General Borgoño, cuadra 8