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Talking about La Victoria is talking about her My BarontoPerhaps the most popular and visited cebichería in the whole region. Surviving the pandemic wasn’t easy with a process like the one they used to: Thousands of people packed their tables every day to try the extensive seafood menu, with dishes named after footballers and portions as robust as they were colourful. Leading is Augusto Sanchez, a champion of the hobby and football enthusiast. He started his business in 1995, when he was only 15 years old he started selling sepci In her home to help her mother with the expenses. The rest is history.
Worship space for alliance supporters (the place is very close to Matut), there are pictures, flags, pictures and T-shirts signed by players Lima Alliance – Yesterday and Today – On every corner of the three floors the building currently has. Photos from Sanchez’s trip to the World Cup in Russia, a mural dedicated to Daniel Peredo and a painting of his mother’s face complement the blue frill as a common thread. The menu is full of classic creoles and signature creations. From singers to drivers, footballers of all leagues (and yes, all teams) have passed through their tables, as has the occasional politician.
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The last of them was the former Bolivian president Evo Morales It can only be suspected that they got there out of a desire to eat seafood. Last Thursday, August 11, Morales & Co. tasted a menu that included crab pulp, ceviche, rice with seafood, seafood chaufa and fish scales. “Someone called us half an hour before they arrived and asked me for a table for 15,” says Augusto Sánchez. “They asked us to be on the third floor, which was empty,” he continues. The former president arrived surrounded by a large group, and according to Sanchez, it was Morales who paid the bill.
“I taught him how to prepare ceviche and explained to him the importance of farming and fishing for us, and the resources they give us,” continues Augusto Sanchez, who was present during lunch. Not far from La Victoria, in the center of Lima, was the other menu that was cooked on the same Thursday. The Avanza País bench has submitted a motion to Congress to declare the former president of Bolivia unwelcome for an alleged interference in national politics. This initiative is being promoted by legislator Norma Yarrow.
Morales said at a press conference that he came to “promote a multinational America.” […] It is not compatible with capitalism.” The former Bolivian president confirmed that he is in Peru at the invitation of various unions and unions. He noted that he has “enormous alms” with the “Program.” [electoral] Submitted by Brother Pedro [Castillo]. On his agenda, there was also room, as confirmed yesterday, for Ceviche. //