posted by Colm Hanratty | 2 Comments
Looking back over my first blog post from Lima, it has occurred to me that I never told you about the food I had here. Francis took me to try some on my first day here to a restaurant called El Bolivariano. It’s in the Pueblo Libre district, near the National Archaeology Museum.
Here is what I tried:
Cebiche: This is raw fish marinated in lemon and chilli spices. Is very tasty and would recommend you try it.
Anticuchos: This is cow heart served on a skewer. It’s basically raw so may not be everyone’s taste. I tried it though (kind of have to try most things with the job). Ate it again in another place so couldn’t have been that bad.
After that I was pretty full so called it a day there. On the food front anyway.
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