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Legendary cevicheria, football sanctuary in the heart of Barranco, familiar spot, delicaies factory, unforgeatable feasts and eternal toasts scenary. Much more than a cevocheria, a place of pilgrimage in the most bohemian neighbourhood of Lima.
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A huge hit with the locals ( and tourists) we had to wait 30 minutes. We were handed a ticket and waited in the street, but it was well worth the wait. The restaurant is very small and is heavily decorated with memorabilia on the...More
In a city that is known for its cuisine, la Canta Rana stands out as a great example of well priced, delicious food in a comfortable, unpretentious atmosphere. The ceviche was off the charts, as was the arroz con mariscos. We also had an order...More
The singing frog restaurant is a popular place with locals and tourists.
The ceiling and walls of the restaurant are decorated with photos and soccer memorabilia.
We chose ceviche and a dish named “ causa “ that reminded me of a miniature round savory cake....More
I had a few days to spend in Lima and asked several friends from the area where I could go for good ceviche, almost all of them recommended Canta Rana without hesitation. It was delicious! Portion sizes were large, fish and seafood was fresh, and...More
This is one of the best seafood restaurants I've been to anywhere in the world. You can tell by the queue at the front door! Everything was fresh, tasty and perfectly cooked. We had the ceviche (of course!) which was zesty and delicious, then our...More
Get here early to avoid the queue! Rustic dining space with football scarves and sepia photos adorning the walls. Try the langostinos al ajo (adopted from the famous tapas kitchens of Andalucía) and the grilled octopus, then wash it down with a zingy Bloody Mary...More
First of all be sure to arrive before noon...after that it’s packed with locals and hard to get in. I went with my wife, who is from Lima but lived in the states for 20 years. Great ceviche, the fried calamari was ok...but the seafood...More
I'm really glad I got to eat in this restaurant. My peruvian friends' mother recommended this so we went there. I understood that the owner is Argentinian so the restaurant mixes traditional peruviann and argentinian food. We ordered several traditional dished and they were amazing....More
Food in that place is simply delicious! Ceviche Imperial was sooo good there that I want to go back and eat it again :-)
We had also shrimps, rice with sea food and some smoked tuna with avocado and drinks and everything was very tasty...More