No one knows why Machu Picchu was built, just that its original builders ate 1 pound of ceviche in order to fuel every 3 pounds of stone they moved with their minds. Experience Peruvian tradition with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Peruvian Food
Chefs sauté lomo saltado—lean beef with onions and tomatoes ($14.99)—and slowly braise lamb in the seco de cordero with cilantro sauce ($15.99). Ceviches made with fresh marinated ahi tuna and shellfish come with peruvian corn and yam ($11.99–$15.99).
Maemi Peruvian Cuisine
Fresh fish, shellfish, and lean meat blend with spices at Maemi Peruvian Cuisine, where South American street fare and carefully plated entrees intermingle atop tables layered in colorful fabrics. Thinly sliced octopus and grilled steak crowned in fried egg showcase Peru’s national cuisine, as do tall glasses of Inca Kola and Cusqueña beer. The chefs put an Asian twist on appetizers, which include Japanese-style tempura and spring rolls, and servers unveil dishes amid booths, Peruvian artwork, and woven tapestries made from repurposed holiday sweaters.