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For those who don’t know about Peruvian produce, Loche is a kind of pumpkin. Grown in the north, its a very smooth, sweet kind of pumpkin that gives a beautiful taste to the dishes it adorns.
Although young Chef Andres Baertl says Loche is not a Northern ‘Norteño’ Restaurant it does give off that kind of vibe with its warm colors and decorations displaying Huacos and Toritos.
The menu is varied and full of seafood options and also offers lamb! It is well classified in 10 sections from entree to dessert, including a section for the kids (Cholitos), which is very helpful if you go out with your children. In La Esquina section you can enjoy some ‘Street food’ that includes tacos and three different burgers, the Cangreburger made of crab, the Oxaburger made from the original beef and the Tuna burger made with tuna.
Everyday Loche offers you Agua Infusiadas, infused waters, which consist of water that has been infused overnight with different fruits and spices. We had one that was infused with rockmelon (cantaloupe), cinnamon and mint. It was refreshing and a good alternative to having with lunch instead of soft drinks.
The restaurant offers you a variety of cocktails and we tasted a few. The Fresco Pomelo (26 soles) which is a cocktail of a splash of Gin and grapefruit and the Amor de a Tres (26 soles) a combination of our traditional Pisco, soda water, and fresh grapes.
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