Bia Leon | Best chef restaurants in the world | Chef | Peru | Peruvian cuisine | Features

Bia Leon |  Best chef restaurants in the world |  Chef |  Peru |  Peruvian cuisine |  Features

1. Dress up

The restaurant was born in August 2018 as the Andean flower, ‘Buddleja coriacea’, a shrub that grows at 3,890 meters above sea level, in the Cuzco community of Mullaka’s Misminay, in the Moray Highlands. It’s part of the gastronomic world that has formed in the last decade NS which consists of And My BarAnd MIL (COSCO) and Mater InitiativeNazra is a multidisciplinary research center managed by Malina MartinezThis feeds each of these kitchens with biodiversity and information.

in a dressIn addition to the general menu that includes appetizers, backgrounds and desserts, suggested dinners are offered: dress, focused on land and sea (S/210), and kajol experience (One generic and two for vegetarians and vegans, S/322), which includes the famous tuber tart (yucca, uluko and potato).

Av. Pedro de Osma 301 (2nd floor), Barranco. Reservations: 242-8575. Attention from Thursday to Saturday from 12:30 to 2:30 pm and from 7 to 9 pm

Learn about Kajol’s message here:

2. Central Restaurant

Virgilio Martinez and Pia Leon They are developing an investigative kitchen for the environment, seasonality and ecosystems of Peru, in the hands of the Mater Initiative team. Currently, this larger vessel, founded in 2008, offers tasting menu options, such as Mundo Mater (S/535), Territorio en Desnivel (S/440), Creatividad Mater (S/565 with 14 dishes, called Alturas, and S / 455 with 11).

Av. Pedro de Osma 301, Barranco. Reservations: 242-8515. Attention Monday to Saturday from 12:30 to 2:30 pm and from 7 to 8:30 pm

Virgilio Martinez and Pia Leon. (Photo: Nancy Chapelle/El Comercio)

Find out the list of central restaurants here:

3. May Bar

After completing a phase of renovation and adapting to pandemic times – it became the Mayo Comedor, to serve up and be the scene of collaborative events among friendly chefs – today the casual space at Casa Túpac is relaunching its bar proposition, with a menu of new dishes and signature cocktails, based on Peruvian distilleries. From pisco, gin, rum, vodka, cane, agave, to whiskey.

Reservations at 241-6721. Attention from Monday to Saturday from 12:30 pm to 3 pm and from 7 to 10 pm

Find out about the MayO BAR list here:

4. Alf Cusco

The restaurant, which was installed 3,680 meters above sea level, on the circular terraces of Murray, is currently closed, although it was announced that it will reopen in mid-September. Indeed, in the midst of a pandemic, Pia Leon, Virgilio Martinez Mater Initiative Director, Malina Martinez, momentarily reopened this space. It was from December 22nd to January 3rd 2020, where they shared a special experience, always connected with the input of the environment, culture and traditions of the Mullaka-Mismimnay and Kacllaracay communities.

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