The best Peruvian restaurants in Madrid

By | 13 May, 2019 | 0 comments

Peruvian cuisine entered our lives quite some time ago in the form of ceviche and pisco but, over the last three years, there has been an explosion that nobody was expecting. And now  more and more restaurants are offering this delicious cuisine full of fresh flavours and different tastes.


Here we will summarise a couple of Peruvian restaurants that can’t be missed if you’re a fan of Latin American food and want to discover the culinary wealth of Peruvian recipes. But there are many more restaurants to be found, all you need to do it stroll around the centre or the different neighbourhoods and you will soon spot all the new restaurants that have popped up all over.

  1. Astrid & Gaston, on Paseo de la Castellana 13. Chef Gastón Acurio is, probably, the man responsible for spreading Peruvian cuisine across borders. The popularity of Peruvian cuisine has reached such heights that many people in Peru love him, even the President.
  2. Tiradito, on Conde Duque 13, by Chef Omar Malpartida, another delightful restaurant for the most demanding of palates. You can also visit other restaurants by the same chef: Barra / M, on Libertad 5, and Chambí, on Alonso Cano 10.
  3. Tempu, on Calle Prim, 13 and la Cevicuchería, by Chef Valdiviezo, offer a gastronomic experience of possibly the best ceviche in the whole city.
  4. Mis Tradiciones, on Paseo de Yeserías, 15 is one of the best options for those who fancy a good Causa Limeña and a daily set menu. This restaurant is so authentic that you often see Peruvians enjoying typical dishes here.
  5. Chifa, on Calle Modesto Lafuente, 64. Open since May 2014, this restaurant offers a fusion of Asian and Peruvian cuisine and it has been delighting diners with a mixture of tradition and unprecedented flavour ever since its launch.

Categories: Madrid Restaurantes