Each page in the history of Peru has left its mark in the cuisine of the country. Since the Indian times it has a lot of fresh fish, potatoes, corn and hot peppers. Spanish conquistadors, mingling with the local population, created the Creole cuisine: thick soup cazuela, homemade causa and the famous ceviche. Immigrants from Japan, the Nikkei cuisine inventors, which is famous for the variety of fish dishes, prepared with Peruvian fruits, vegetables and spices.
Among them you will find Nikkei sushi with yellow Amarillo pepper sauce, tiradito with rocoto pepper sauce, of course dishes cooked on a multi-level Japanese grill robata. Immigrants from China have come up with sophisticated and original Chifa cuisine with elegant wonton of a thin rice dough, crisp fried rice, seasoned with soy sauce, and fragrant lomo saltado.