Taste the most typical Peruvian savours in a vegan way! Fishless ceviche and meatless lomo saltado are on the menu of this vegan Peruvian food tour. Devour vegan dishes, drinks and products in one of the most beautiful districts of Lima – the bohemian and artsy Barranco. Interact with our local hosts to learn how to prepare your ceviche, and a pisco chilcano.
During this 4-hour tour, you’ll visit 8 places, which we carefully selected, where you will taste 15 different flavours of fruits, drinks, and dishes, and be introduced to local small entrepreneurs. Get immersed in Peruvian history and culture through food. As you will see, every bite has a story to tell!
Please note that it’s possible the menu changes slightly due to seasonality and product availability. But don’t worry, you won’t feel hungry at the end of this Barranco vegan food tour.
*Note: there might be non-vegan participants in your group.
*Children under 12 years old can come for free to the tour but no meals will be considered for them, their parents will have to share with them. If you want us to consider meals for children under 12 years old, you must pay a ticket. Free for children 0-5 years old.
*We can adapt the menu to every diet.
Frequently Asked Questions:
I am Canadian and I live in Quebec. I have a BA in International Studies and Languages. After having traveled the world, I decided to specialize in community and solidarity tourism. It is during an international cooperation trip that I did in 2013 that I fell in love with Peru.
I have lived for several years in the capital where I developed a friendship with Jessy Caiado, another expat in Lima. Together we embark on that great adventure that is Exquisito Peru. Our mission is to make you discover how incredible Peruvian gastronomy is through authentic culinary experiences.
We met RESPONS in our beginnings in 2018 and we loved their commitment as well as the shared values, since developing a sustainable and responsible tourism is a pillar of our activities. To reinforce our social commitment, we have established the Impact Eat Foundation in Canada in 2020, to support small producers in Peru thanks to sustainable agrotourism activity.