Restaurants against hunger offer five tempting dishes


With the objective to fight child malnutrition in Peru, this campaign Restaurants Against Hunger will take place from October to November. A crusade in which more than 200 participating restaurants will be selling a solidarity dishes that will help resolve the different projects of Action Against Hunger in Peru. Below are 5 dishes that we recommend.

Chalana de Causitas
_Cebicheria La Mar_
_(Av. La Mar 770, Miraflores. Teléfono: 421-3365)_

This plate carries four types of causas: the traditional limeña causa (crabmeat and avocado), the chalaca (crackling mackerel and creole sauce), a Nikkei causa (tartare of salmon, tuna and avocado) and the La Mar ( crabmeat, avocado, crispy prawns, and Escabeche with honey and ocopa).

Cazuela Bourguignon
_(Tudela y Varela 160, San Isidro. Teléfono: 445-2734)_

This generous plate has come out of the some of the most classic recipes, and is made with slowly cooked beef in red wine ans served with mushrooms, carrots and baby shallots. As garrish, homemade white rice with Peruvian corn.

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Yakiniku Maki
_(Calle 21 #707, Urb. Córpac, San Isidro. Teléfono: 225-2195)_

Yakiniku’ is a Japanese term referring to the cooking of meat on a grill or griddle. In this oriental restaurant they will be presenting this concoction in makis where you can taste the difference between other makis.

Grilled mushrooms
_Baco & Vaca_
(Av. Dos de Mayo 798, San Isidro. Teléfono: 221-5586)
Although their specialty is meat, there is nothing more delightful than to start a lunch or dinner with some fresh mushrooms sauteed in fine herbs.

Goat filled canelones
_(Corner Las Begonias with Amador Merino Reyna, San Isidro Telephone:. 201-5000, Annex 6555)_

The exquisite cuisine of Chef Rafael Piqueras shines with this dish. a goat wrapped in a canelone, accompanied by butternut squash, yellow peppers and cerezo (cherry blossom).

_This campaign ends November 30, 2015._Throughout the rest of October and the end of November, top chefs are offering up dishes to raise funds to fight malnutrition in Peru.



Natasha Clay

Natasha grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Peru two years ago and studied Bilingual Administrative Assistance and General Management at the British Academy. In her spare time she loves to be with family and her maltese, Maya.