Back in Lima we resumed our regular activities: gym in the morning, then eat, eat, and eat. We had been in Perú for 2 weeks already, so it was safe to do things separately. Alvaro had lunch with a friend and I with my ex-coworkers from Ernst & Young at Señor Limón, a seafood restaurant with a few shops in the city. I finished a bowl of the traditional cancha while I waited for my friends to arrive.
I ordered a combinado criollo, a mix of tiradito al rocoto (sliced raw fish marinated in lime and served with red chili sauce), causa rellena de pulpa de cangrejo (spiced mashed potato filled with crab meat, avocado and mayo, and cebiche mixto (fish and shelfish marinated with lime juice, onion and chili). It was huge and spectacular. Highly recommended.
Combinado criollo (S/. 58, $25.00)
Other dishes ordered in the table where pez espada a la parrilla con risotto (grilled swordfish served with risotto), chicharrón de pescado (fish nuggets), cebiche Señor Limón (raw fish marinated in lime juice and served with eel sauce), matrimonio de causa y cebiche (spiced mashed potato filled with crab meat, avocado and mayo), and raw fish marinated with lime juice, onion and chili), and parrilla marina con risotto (grilled seafood served with risotto).
Pez espada a la parrilla con risotto
Chicharrón de pescado
Cebiche Señor Limón
Matrimonio de causa y cebiche (S/. 35, $14.96)
Parrilla marina con risotto
That night we went to the Buddhist centre and listened to teachings by a Canadian travel teacher.
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