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Lima Food Walking Tour in Barranco Neighbourhood

Highlights
  • Head straight to the best cafes and restaurants in Lima’s Barranco neighborhood with your guide
  • Visit one of Latin America’s finest restaurants and see a seafood cookery demonstration
  • Traditional breakfast and lunch or lunch and dinner, with morning and afternoon tours available 
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Lima Food Walking Tour in Barranco Neighbourhood
From US$75.00
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Morning tour
We start with the traditional peruvian breakfast at 10:00 am and we do the food walking tour until 1:00pm.
From US$75.00
Afternoon tour
Afternoon Tour startin 1:30 pm.
From US$75.00
Afternoon Tour - no alcohol
Our classic tour but without alcohol. If you change your mind during the tour you can buy your own cocktail.
From US$77.00
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Overview
Lima’s Barranco district is buzzing with neighborhood eateries serving up fresh food the locals love, but you won’t find the best of them unless you know where to look. On this Lima walking tour, follow your guide through the neighborhood and mingle with shoppers in the busy food markets. With breakfast and lunch or lunch and dinner included, sample fresh flavors and learn about the rich traditions of Peruvian cuisine.
What to Expect
Choose a morning or afternoon walking tour, then meet your guide in central Lima to begin. The morning tour includes breakfast and lunch, while the afternoon tour includes lunch and dinner.

First, head through Barranco’s central park and gain insight into the role it plays in Lima’s 19th-century history. On the morning tour, stop in a family café and enjoy a traditional Peruvian breakfast among the locals.

Continue onward into the busy food markets, and listen as your guide sheds light on Peruvian culture and culinary traditions. Mingle with the shoppers and street food vendors, and see what fresh ingredients make it into the shopping baskets of Lima.

Sample three dishes in a Barranco ceviche (seafood) bar, and learn about some of Peru’s best-loved national dishes during a live cooking demonstration. Afterward, visit one of Latin America’s top 50 restaurants and sample a Pisco Sour—a fresh cocktail loved across Peru.

Stroll along the seafront as your guide shares culinary myths and traditions associated with the ocean, and duck in for refreshment in a local tavern. Then, return to Barranco’s central park to conclude your tour.
Write a ReviewReviews (19)

1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Awesome

The walking tour was awesome. The Civiche and anticuchos were the excellent. Antonio was well informed and very pleasant.

Thank Rodrick B
Reviewed 19 February 2018 via mobile
AWESOME!!!

Walking food tours are the best!! Our guide was awesome! We visited great restaurants, ate great food and leaned about the District of Barranco!!!

Thank alberts214
CarlaRJ, Owner at Food C"s Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 30 March 2018

Thank you!

Reviewed 13 December 2017
Fabulous Peruvian Food

What a great way to spend a Sunday morning in Lima - sampling great food in Barranco. The guide was pleasant and knowledgeable. The walking from one food venue to another was not taxing and most importantly gave an insight into this hip suburb. More...More

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Thank DoubleC1978
Reviewed 9 December 2017
Our top Lima activity

We came into Lima on a cruise with only two days in Lima. This walking foodie tour was our favorite activity. What a wonderful opportunity to learn about Barranco, it’s art scene & tasty restaurants. Our guide Ismael could not have been more passionate about...More

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Thank Blakeja
Reviewed 28 September 2017
One of the highlights of our trip!

We met up with Ismael in the heart of Barranco, and it felt like connecting with an old friend. It was just the three of us, and we slowly walked around the area, Ismael sharing the history and answering questions along the way. There were...More

Thank WanderlusterMandy
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Since items are ordered upon arrival at each stop I believe they could easily meet your needs. Alert them when you book.
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