The Miradas Internacional Cusco 2019 Prize was awarded to Peruvian chef Virgilio Martínez for the work he has been doing with his new gastronomic proposal called Centro Mil in Cusco.
“The Marriott Hotel El Convento Cusco was the place chosen for the awards ceremony that brought together entrepreneurs from the tourism, gastronomy and cultural sectors and chefs from all over the world who were recognized for their achievements”, a press release revealed.
The event took place on August 8 and prizes were given out in various categories, in the presence of managers of the “most representative institutions of the tourism, gastronomy and entrepreneurship sectors from Cusco.
In addition, it was known that many of the professionals present currently stand out in countries such as the United States, Spain, France, Japan, Indonesia, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru.
At the gala, distinguished Peruvians and companies were awarded. Some of them were: Renzo Alcántara awarded as Ambassador of Peruvian Gastronomy, Inca Rail, JW Marriott El Convento Cusco, Machu Picchu Travel, Salkantay Trekking, Ayni Peru Expedition, Oltursa, Sandtours, Restaurant Manka Cocina Creative, Qamac Restaurant, San Francisco Hotels, and KF Tours.
Among the international winners, Argentina stands out: Guadalupe Peralta with her Restaurant “Peru Peru”, Miguel Aguayo, Héctor Martínez, Eduardo Figueroa. From the United States: Antonio Rossell, Guillermo Wong. From France: Macchu Pisko Restaurant. From Spain: Mikuna Restaurant. From Japan: Julio Cesar Kunimitsu. From Indonesia: Jaime Arbulú. From Ecuador: Alex Toctaguano. From Italy: Delia López.
Source: Press release
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