Peruvian lunch at Tampu restaurant

What a wonderful gastronomy culture they have in Peru! Tampu restaurant in Madrid is an amazing place if you want to taste peruvian flavors in their best plates. We started with a very typical appetizer, the pisco. Pisco is a colorless or yellowish-to-amber colored brandy, and its taste wonderful. Then, they bring us  fried yuca with huancaína cream and plantain (addictive!) and one of the most famous peruvian plate, croaker ceviche with choclo, cancha and camote. We continued with Sudado de almejas, clams with yellow ají, coriander and vegetables, and we finished with another two classic plates, Ají de gallina and Lomo saltado. It was a wonderful lunch, don’t miss the pictures!

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