Fayslin Chifa in Barranco, Lima, Perú
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.
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.
Here’s their menu!
A classic Peruvian chifa.
Location: Corner of Grau and Pierola, Barranco, Lima, Peru
Posted on March 22, 2012, in Food, Peru and tagged aji de gallina, Barranco restaurants, chifa, Fayslin Chifa, food, Lima restaurants, restaurant review, Restaurante Fayslin. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.