Taste the most typical Peruvian flavours in a vegan way! Fishless ceviche and meatless lomo saltado are on the menu of this vegan Peruvian food tour! Devour 14 vegan dishes, drinks and products in one of the most beautiful districts of Lima – the bohemian and artsy Barranco. Interact with our local hosts to learn how to prepare a pisco chilcano. Discover all the historical and cultural background behind each of the dishes you will have the chance to try during this 4-hour walking food tour.
Monday to Saturday
Please note that there are 3 tours in a day and each one is thought in a different language. Please book accordingly.
Discover one of the most beautiful neighborhood in Lima during this vegan Peruvian food tour of Barranco. Embark on a 4-hour vegan walking food tour and visit a variety of restaurants and small businesses accompanied by your local guide. You’ll visit 8 places, which we carefully selected, where you will taste 14 different flavors of fruits, drinks, and dishes, and be introduced to local small entrepreneurs. Get immersed in Peruvian history and culture through food, as you will see, every bite has a story to tell!
Although it’s very likely that you will have the chance to taste everything listed below, please note that it’s possible that the menu might slightly change depending on seasonality and product availability. But don’t worry, you won’t feel hungry at the end of this Barranco vegan food tour.
|Arracacha empanada||The arracacha is one of the oldest food in Peru and considered an excellent antioxidant. Prepared with vegetables such as chard, carrot, pepper, spinach, and corn.|
|Pomegranate juice||Because Peru is one of the largest exporters of pomegranate in the world!|
|Variety of fruits||Depending on the season you will taste chirimoya, tuna, granadilla, aguaymanto and more.|
|Avocado toast||An avocado sandwich with Maras pink salt|
|Lúcuma juice||Fresh lúcuma fruit juice made with soya milk.|
|Peruvian Coffee||Peruvian coffee from Jaén region made with V60|
|Chilcano de pisco||Traditional Peruvian cocktail, made of pisco, ice, ginger ale, lime and a few drops of “bitter of angostura”. Bitter is the aromatic combination made of a variety of healthy herbs.|
|Vegan ceviche||A vegan version of the most famous Peruvian dish. It’s made of mushrooms, green mango, onion, coriander, sweet potato, and roasted corn.|
|Sauteed portobello||A vegan version of Lomo saltado, a dish of Cantonese legacy. Made of portobellos, onion, yellow chili pepper (ají), tomato, everything sauteed in wine and dished up with integral rice and yellow potato, fried in coco oil.|
|Causa de quinoa||Mashed yellow potatoes seasoned with lime and ají, and filled with quinoa.|
|Kombucha||Naturally fermented drink with an acidic and refreshing taste, known for its probiotic benefits. Prepared with ginger or passion fruits (maracuya).|
|Vegan ice cream||Homemade ice cream made of fresh fruits. There’s always room left for dessert, right?|
Although the tour starts at Plaza San Francisco in Barranco at 9:30 am, you will be picked up at your desired location in Miraflores, San Isidro or Barranco districts (included in the price) about 15-30 minutes before the tour starting time. We will follow up with you about this via email after your booking.
Vous recevrez la confirmation de votre réservation dans les 24 heures suivant votre demande. Une fois confirmée, veuillez présenter votre numéro de référence à l’école de cuisine.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity