Get immersed in Peruvian history and culture through food. In this 4-hour experience, you will taste the most typical Peruvian savors in a vegan way!
You will visit eight carefully selected places in the bohemian and artsy Barranco, where you will experience 15 different flavors of fruits, drinks, and dishes. Fishless Ceviche and meatless Lomo Saltado are on the menu of this vegan Peruvian food tour. Also, you will be introduced to local small entrepreneurs and interact with them to learn how to prepare your Ceviche and a Pisco Chilcano.
You can choose the start time during the booking process. You can come to the Plaza San Francisco in Barranco at 9.30 am (or 3 pm) and then end the tour at around 1.30 pm (or 7 pm) at Barranco’s main square; la Plaza de Armas.
During this tour, As you will see, every bite has a story to tell!
If this tour is not exactly what you’re looking for, you can get inspired by other Day Tours in Lima or check out other gastronomic tour options we have in store for you. Or go to our blog to read and learn more about Peruvian cuisine.
Definitely! We recommend not eating anything else other than a light breakfast before this food tour. This tour constitutes an average-sized lunch with dessert. Your belly will enjoy it, we promise!
If you suffer any allergy or dietary restrictions, make sure to inform us during checkout and we will take the necessary precautions. This tour can cater and be adapted for people with any allergy. This tour can also be adapted for vegetarians. However, we are unfortunately not able to offer gluten-free, halal and kosher products.
Although pick up and drop off are not included in the tour price, it can be arranged at an extra cost from/to pretty much anywhere in the city. Of course price will vary depending on the distance and the type of vehicle you need for your party. If you want to be picked up or dropped off in your hotel, at the airport, the Callao cruise port, Miraflores, Barranco, San Isidro or a museum, please reach out to us and we will send you a quote in no time!
This is a shared tour. However, we also offer private tours. Please send an enquiry and we’ll make sure you can make a reservation for a private food tour; no matter what the size of your group.
*Note: there might be non-vegan participants in your group.
No, there are no entrance fees required.
Throughout the year, Lima is mostly covered in light clouds. In the southern hemisphere summer, roughly between December and February, weather can be quite hot and sunny.
Find more info about climates in Peru in our blog “Best Time to Travel to Peru“.
Traveling with a child under 6 or an infant? If they’re not going to directly participate, or if you prefer to share your food with your little one, there is no need to purchase an extra ticket. However, still let us know if you’re going to bring a child under 6, so our guide knows and will be prepared for it. You can do this by selecting “Infant” in the booking form.
Children between 6 and 11 can still go for free as long as they share the food with their parents. Also, select “Infant” for them.
For children of 12 years and older, or those that want to eat like the rest, please select “Child” for a special child discount.
Yes, it’s possible! However, please note that you will need to reach out to us via the enquiry form of this tour and pay for a private food tour. The times shown on our website are small-group shared tours.
With our tour, extremely unlikely. All the stops are carefully vetted by our team and we run regular checks to make sure they maintain the same standards, both in terms of quality of the food as well as hygiene. Food poisoning is of course something that shouldn’t be ignored in Peru, so we always recommend to eat or drink at places that were recommended by at least one local person. combine with positive online reviews.
Among the different drinks included in this experience, you will enjoy local fruit juices (such as Lucuma), a cup of Peruvian coffee, Chicha Morada (made with the iconic purple corn), and Pisco-based drinks (which can be changed for non-alcoholic options).
Emilie is Canadian and lives in Quebec. She has a BA in International Studies and Languages. After having traveled the world, she decided to specialize in community and solidarity tourism. It is during an international cooperation trip she did in 2013 that she fell in love with Peru.
She has lived for several years in Lima where she developed a friendship with Jessy Caiado, another ex-pat, and together they embarked on that great adventure that is Exquisito Peru. Their mission is to make you discover how incredible Peruvian gastronomy is through authentic culinary experiences.
To reinforce their social commitment, we established the Impact Eat Foundation in Canada in 2020, to support small producers in Peru thanks to sustainable agrotourism activity.