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Fayslin Chifa in Barranco, Lima, Perú

Soup for starters.

Right across the street from our bed and breakfast in Barranco we found this amazing chifa/traditional Peruvian place.  They serve good soup and daily lunch set-lunch specials for a good price.

Ají de gallina

We tried a few of their main courses and all were tasty and filling.  Carrie especially like the “aji de gallina”, sliced potatoes, shredded chicken, and onions in the deliciously-cheesy “huacaina” sauce (I found a recipe here and will definitely be trying to replicate it back the US).  They have an enormous menu, offering both typical Peruvian almuerzo combinations and a huge selection of Chinese options, all of which come with wonton soup.

Macarrones=basically pasta bolognese

Here’s their menu!

A classic Peruvian chifa.

Location:  Corner of Grau and Pierola, Barranco, Lima, Peru

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Zach seeks to live a simpler life without the extravagance of American culture. Buy fewer things, need less money, work less, play more.

Posted on March 22, 2012, in Food, Peru and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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