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Monday, March 28, 2011

Where to eat in Lima airport

Ceviche de Corvina y Langostinos (Seabass and shrimp marinated in lime juice
topped with chilli and onion and served with sweet potato and giant corn)
Sopa a la Criolla 
(Peruvian "creole soup" with Beef, vermicelli noodles, fried egg and milk)
Pineapple juice
Interior
View to runway
LOCATION: Manacaru Cafe - Restaurante, Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez (international terminal), Lima, Perú
CATEGORY: Peruvian, layover food
DRINK: Pineapple juice
WE THINK: Having developed into something of a South American hub, Lima's Jorge Chávez International Airport is likely to feature on your itinerary if you are flying through this part of the world. If your layover permits, we would recommend re-fuelling at Manacaru and suggest you order the Sopa a la Criolla, which is so mouthwateringly delicious that we have eaten it every time we've passed through here. If the soup is not enough, order another bowl or perhaps one of the ceviches which are pretty decent.

2 comments:

  1. I have had this and agree it is amazing glad to see someone else enjoyed it as much as i did and it is way worth the stop for a bite to eat in Lima Airport

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