Northern Cuisine Feast at Fiesta

Northern Cuisine Feast at Fiesta

Twenty year ago the Fiesta cuisine opened his first local in the northern town of Chiclayo. In 1996, its cuisine came to the capital with the opening of their local in the touristic district of Miraflores, becoming one of the most elegant restaurants in Lima where to have typical northern cuisine with a gourmet touch.

Ceviche Festival Class

Ceviche Festival Class

You will spend the morning learning how to make a traditional ceviche and a Tiradito. In the Demonstration option, our Chefs will teach you how to prepare these dishes and afterwards you will taste them.  In the hands-on class option, our Chefs will teach you how to prepare the dish and you will then have…

Market Visit and Fruit Festival

Market Visit and Fruit Festival

Start your day with a visit to the Main Market to learn about Peruvian exotic fruits.  This market is informal and a great way to experience a little bit of Peruvian daily life. Here you can find a variety of the best vegetables and fruits in the country, including exotic products from the “Andes” and…

Pisco Tasting Class

Pisco Tasting Class

In this class, you will discover the world of Pisco. Our Master Sommelier will teach you about how the Pisco is made and the elaboration process.  He will also describe all the varieties of Piscos and will lead you in a journey where you will taste the most important varieties of Pisco and learn to…

Tea Time Class

Tea Time Class

In Lima, whoever is at home at the time, is invited to share a light meal or “lonche”as we called it.  Lonche can last for quite a long time as the conversation flows. Choices for Lonche usually include breads, sandwiches, juices, pastries or desserts. In the Demonstration option, our Chefs will teach you how to…

Cacao and Coffee Tasting Class

Cacao and Coffee Tasting Class

This activity is focused on the coffee world and how it merges with the sweet and bitter world of chocolate. You will learn more on different kinds of coffee and techniques used to prepare an espresso or a creamy cappuccino, as well as how the aroma of the coffee combines with a specific chocolate rather…

Huarique Tours

Huariques is Peruvian Slang and means “a small, secret or hiding place”. They are family-run businesses that operate “at closed doors”. These are families dedicated to cooking, who have become specialists in one or two signature dishes. The quality of their food is as fine as any found in a five-star restaurant, with the difference…