Why Peru’s gastronomy is a bigger draw for tourists than the Incas | Americas | News | The Independent

The sun beats down as local builders and American tourists down cold beers and ceviche at an outdoor market in the scenic Lima district of Barranco, overlooking the Pacific.  Business is booming, says Vicente Furgiuele, owner of the Canta Ranita (The Little Singing Frog), a small but popular restaurant specialising in £5 servings of the marinated seafood salad that is a Peruvian summer classic.

Source: Why Peru’s gastronomy is a bigger draw for tourists than the Incas | Americas | News | The Independent

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