You must have heard about Peruvian cuisine lately. After Ferran Adrià said that the future of gastronomy is being boiled, spiced, and fried in Peru, Peruvian dishes received quite a bit of attention.
Not the least thanks to Gastón Acurio, the Jamie Oliver of Latin America. Last September this Peruvian chef opened a second low-cost restaurant on the European continent, right in the middle of Barcelona. Of course, on the menu of Tanta (Quechua for “bread”) you will find different types of ceviche, but also anticuchos (cut stew meat), ají de gallina (chicken in a spicy sauce) and stir-fried dishes with Japanese influences.If you can’t decide among all these traditional dishes with great finishing touches from Gastón, try some “para compartir” dishes and take a journey through Peruvian cuisine. Peruvian food will take over the world, and it is happening right now in Barcelona.