The Huaca Pucllana restaurant is located within the ancient ruins of Huaca Pucllana, an archaeological site constructed of 1500 years ago. At night time the restaurant takes on a whole new feel as the
ancient adobe pyramid, walls and administrative and ceremonial centres are illuminated.
Huaca Pucllana offers a mouthwatering tasty selection of Peruvian Criollo cuisine, cleverly put together by head chef Marilú Madueño (Cordon Blue Paris), using her skills to combine local ingredients and flavours with modern cooking techniques. The menu includes Ceviches, soups, pastas, meats and traditional Peruvian dishes such as Creole style Chupe.
The Huaca Pucllana restaurant offers clients a cozy and comfortable setting, with crisp white table cloths contrasting against the pastel colors of the surroundings.
Open: Tue – Sat 12.30 to midnight Sun 12.30 – 4.00pm
General Borgoño cdra. 8, Huaca Pucllana – Miraflores, Lima
Tel: (+51 1) 445 4042
This restaurant is located in the archeological site of the Huaca Pucllana in the northern part of the Miraflores district. The site is located near to the eight block of Avenida Arequipa, which leads off of Parque Kennedy in the centre of Miraflores. 15 – 20 minutes from Parque Kennedy by foot, or 3 – 4 minutes in taxi (4 – 5 Soles). We recommend that it is best to take a taxi when eating in the evening.
This restaurant is all about the setting with the food following close behind. If you go you need to make a reservation and ask for a table on the terrace next to the edge overlooking the ruins. Don’t worry if it’s a chilly night as there are firepits all around so it never gets cold.
The setting is just wonderful looking out over the ruins and makes for a great evening out. You can order then get a tour of the ruins!
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