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Amazonian food is one of the more overlooked of the Peruvian regional cuisines. They differentiate themselves from the rest with the richness of their environment and the heat & humidity of the climate. There are more preserved meats here than in the rest of Peru, and the ingredients used aren’t widespread.
Each restaurant is owned by a family member and the recipes are derived from their matriarch. The story goes that, they sold juanes in Los Olivos to gather some money in a time of need. When they discovered they were good at it, they kept growing from there.