As huge foodies, we get excited about a lot of things here at Lima te Llena. We get excited about new artisanal local product launches. We get excited about bio-Farmer's Markets sprouting up around the capital on the weekend. And we definitely get excited for Peru's annual Mistura food festival, a reason we live for September in order to stuff our faces.
And because food is always tastiest when shared with friends, this year we are offering a special limited time tour: Journey Across Mistura! Let us show you around South America's largest annual gastronomic event, where you have the chance to try dishes across Peru's most traditional favorites as well as its most celebrated contemporary options. Our expert Chef Jose will introduce menus that you simply can't miss, as well as drinks, cocktails, and desserts that will knock you off your feet with their punches of flavor and style.
Don't miss out: This year, Mistura is held September 4-13, 2015. We include transportation to/from the food festival, your entrance ticket, 2 full meal portions and 1 full drink ticket per person, and a guide to explain what exact you are eating. Also if the lines are long (which they always are at the most popular stands), Chef Jose will help you claim your spot while you waste no time exploring the endless spread of Peruvian food around you!
Send us a message or an email today to book your Journey Across Mistura tour now, spaces are limited.
Christopher and Kelly from the USA are fiercely independent travelers and their spirit for travel permits only the most authentic experiences. They dislike pre-packaged tours and touristy outings, so they contacted Lima te Llena for a truly local Peru food tour!
While we dined on typical Peruvian dishes such as chicharron de camarones, tacacho y cecina, rocoto relleno, and more, the atmosphere around us erupted with music as it was also the weekend celebrating the patron saint of our favorite local market!
Kristin and Barbara from sunny Southern California, USA were in town for business... and it wasn't their first time. All the same, they wanted to get to know the real Lima since they are usually driven around in company cars and end their trip with only a whirlwind of memories.
On this special Lima market visit, we armed ourselves with a bottle of pisco liquors, the proud national grape brandy of Peru, and created our own drinks such as té macho and chiquipisco from the Andean regions and Amazonian cultures, respectively. Of course we ate well too: who can say no to papas huancaina and fresh granadillas?!
See Kristin and Barbara's review of their food & market tour with Lima te Llena!