Our Tour will take you to enjoy by bicycle the most recognized Huariques (Small restaurants), the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro. Allowing you to taste our delicious Peruvian popular food, walking along tranquil routes full of nature and the splendid view of the boardwalk.
Av. 28 de Julio 414 – Miraflores
9:00 / 14:00
The route will start from the bike lane of Av. 28 de Julio to take the Larco bike path to Kennedy Park, here will share the history of the Park called June 7.
EThe second stop is at Huarique “El Chinito” where different types of meat typical of the coast will be tasted. The story of the famous sanguchería will be told as well as that of the pork rind and that of the Chinese influence in our food and the inputs brought from Europe and Asia.
We went to the farmers market in San Isidro. On the way there is a story about the Larco family, José Pardo and we continue with the history of gastronomy while we walk along the cycle path of Jose Pardo and the boardwalk. Once on the market, we describe the factors and changes that led to the use of formal markets today.
Inside the market they will taste native fruits of the country such as Lúcuma, Chirimoya, Pitaya, Tuna, etc. It also allows us to enjoy aromas such as herbs and spices, see the variety of fish and shellfish, as well as flowers. If you wish, you will have the opportunity to do some shopping and help local producers. Additionally, in the market we will have the opportunity to taste and delight in the fresh taste of a fish ceviche or some very delicious chalaca conchitas.
We start from the market in the direction of Miraflores by the boardwalk. A stop is made in one of the viewpoints to enjoy the contrast of the green of our gardens with the blue of the pacific ocean. On the way we passed the lighthouse park to the Parapuerto area
We will continue our route to the Park of Love. And we will go to the next destination, “Cremoladas Curich”.
Curich will tell the story about the Curich family and their arrival in Peru. And they will be able to taste new flavors with the great variety of creams of native fruits of Peru. Then we will return to our starting point.