Hotel Miraflores Lodge

Colon 230 Miraflores, Lima, Lima 18, Peru
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food costs

by ciara631

I am hoping to travel to Peru in early 2009.

Would like to have an idea of costs of meals in a typical Peruvian restaurant.

Re: food costs

by risse73

It depends what food preferences you have. If you're more into the very authentic street food, then it will be the least expensive food option (costing you a buck or two); however, if you're into the more gourmet global fusion type of cooking, Peru offers that too. One of the most famous gastronomic delights that has been featured internationally (e.g., New York Times, etc.) in Peru is "Astrid y Gaston," which unfortunately I didn't have time for during my very short stay in Lima. The price tends to be pricier for Peruvian standards, but it's definitely very cheap by international standards for the highly stylized gourmet food you'll find. If your budget is more towards the mid-range restaurants, then prepare to pay less than $8-14 per meal (maybe a little less or a bit more depending on where you go). Breakfasts are usually served at the hotels/hostels and part of the deal.
Goodluck & do enjoy beautiful Peru!

Re: food costs

by world_citizen

Depends where you eat! If you eat in a market as Peruvians do you can eat for just under a dollar. If you eat in a more up-market area the prices could be like 10 dollars. A nice 2 course meal in a decent restaurant will probably set you back 2-3 dollars.

Re: food costs

by peruforu

My recomendation:

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Tk Care!

Re: food costs

by adelinemmc

I agree with the comments above, it depends what you want. You mention traditional Peruvian restaurants. These will be cheap. A good picanteria or cevicheria will only set you back a few soles (2-3USD, maybe) for a hearty soup, a main dish, a dessert and a drink. It will be more expensive in Lima and a bit less in the middle of nowhere.
Chifas (Peruvian Chinese) are also very cheap and you can be full after a huge plate of noodles or rice that cost you only 1USD!
If you do want real Peruvian food, avoid tourist places and go where the local go (but check with your hotel that the area of town is safe before you venture out). You may have a few mishaps but in general you will be fine (I only had one dish that I could not eat in 2 months).

If you have a delicate stomack, avoid market stalls except for very basic food (grilled corn...) and make sure you only drink bottled water.

A guid that has real good local restaurant is the Peru edition of 'Le guide du Routard'. It;s in French but the addresses are not difficult to understand. Every single restaurant in their cheap range I tried was fab. Sometime you get there and the tip is outdated & the restaurant closed but this happened only once.
Enjoy the wonderful food of Peru, I sure did!

Travel Tips for Lima

make some Peruvian food: Lomo...

by gkitzmil

make some Peruvian food: Lomo Saltado

1 Tablespoon Oil
2 medium Onions-sliced
1 teaspoon Oregano
2 cloves Garlic-minced
1 medium Tomato-chopped
1 medium Green Pepper-sliced
1/2 pound Sirloin Steak-cut into thin strips
4 medium Potatoes-cut into french fries
2 Tablespoons Rocoto (Peruvian Red Hot Pepper)
(or any hot pepper you can get)

1- Fry french fries then set aside to add to dish later.
2- Season steak strips with salt and pepper.
3- Heat oil in pan and sauti garlic.
4- Place steak strips into pan, add rocoto (hot pepper), cook until
brown, stirring occasionally.
5- When steak strips are cooked, add onions, green pepper, tomato,
oregano. Stir.
6- Cover and let sauti for approx.. 5-7 minutes. Do not over cook. You
do not want your vegetables to be too soft.
7- Add french fries. Stir.
8- Serve over white rice. Enjoy

Market Hall

by hartti about Mercado Central

on Ayacucho Street, close to the Congress Hall is the shopping center, where you may buy almost everything. Its a big area, where the sellers have their small or bigger shops. The imagination is not preventing the procucts sold here.

Taxi to Miraflores from the city centre

by tomruth78

This taxi fair cost us around s/.8. We made sure we arranged a price up front. We saw at least two taxis who's tyres burst mid journey. Be warned this cars do not seem to have any road worthy certificates.

It is also worth noteing that car boots (trunks) are also used to carry passengers!!

Eat oudoors by the sea

by AKtravelers about The restaurants of Larcomar in Miraflores

We ate twice at Larcomar Mall in Miraflores, both times at outdoor tables with views of the Pacific. The dinner we had was at Vvaldino's Mediterranean restaurant and I can't remember the name of the lunch place. Both meals were preceded by Pisco Sours, as is the custom in Peru.

Barrio De Chino

by XKuger

A trip to China town in LIMA is a must. There are some fantastic authentic chineese cantonese restaurants. Also there is the super marker right next to china town that is a real site.

Specially the bucher shops that sell anything from beaf, pork, chicken etc is a site to behold.

Its approx 7 or 8 blocks from the Cathedral. Ask one of the tourist plice and they will show you the way.

Its best to walk as you can soak up the enviornment. Also its very crowed for cabs, its one of the most crowed parts of LIMA.


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Address: Colon 230 Miraflores, Lima, Lima 18, Peru