- Djago. For very good and affordable Indonesian food (try one of their Rijsttafel, or rice table), (Scheldeplein 18, Tel.: 020 664 2013 - Open 5-9.30pm Mon-Fri, Sun).
Sapporo For a very good Japanese teppanyaki.

In the hip district of Palermo Hollywood 
DashiJapanese cuisine. Eating and learning how to make it.

In the traditional district of Recoleta 
Café Victoria. A pleasant cafe close to the Recoleta Cemetery and Buenos Aires Design.
Café La Biela. Opened in 1850 and an institution in Buenos Aires. The writers Jorge Luis Borges and Ernesto Sabato were regulars, as was the famous racing car driver Juan Manuel Fangio. Great cakes.
Fechoria, La Recova Formerly known as Sorrento, offers Italian cuisine in elegant surroundings.
- La Rambla. A small neighborhood cafe. The beef sandwich is recommended. (Posadas 1602, in the corner with Ayacucho).

In the modern district of Puerto Madero
La CabañaBeef, beef and more beef.
- Café Amma. Nice modern cafe with papers, magazines and free wi-fi.
(Juana Manso 1626). 

Via VenetoA restaurant that used to be frequented by Salvador Dali.
7 Portes . A classic, opened in 1836.
BotafumeiroThe place to go if you want seafood in abundance.

El PilotoAn institution in Peru. Roadside restaurant offering traditional Peruvian food in big portions. 
Panamericana Sur Km 138, San Vicente de Cañete (Tel. 91052552).


La MenorahFor sea bass baked in salt and a great welcome. (Urb. Arena Beach. A7 Road - km. 151,2 -the old N-340 Road- Estepona, Málaga. Telephone: +34952792734. Closed Mondays). Unfortunately, it closed.

Antico Ristoro di CambiA family run restaurant with great food and reasonable prices. Try the the bistecca alla fiorentina, if you dare.
Cantinetta dei VerrazzanoFor a snack, a coffee, a glass of wine, or all three, if you are in the area of the Piazza della Signoria.

Restaurante Eleven . Set in it's own building in the park Eduardo VII with great views and where Joachim Koerper really merits the star the Michellin Guide has awarded the restaurant. It is expensive but, in my opinion worth every euro.


Astrid y GastónOpened by the very popular chef Gastón Acurio and his wife Astrid Gutsche. Gastón Acurio has been a driving force in the promotion of Peruvian cuisine inside and outside Peru and one of the main exponents of what has become known as novoandina cuisine. This is the first restaurant the couple opened when they started off in Lima. Since then, Gastón has opened other restaurant and restaurant chains under different names (La Mar, Tanta,...).
Costanera 700. A good example of what has become known in Peru as Nikkei cuisine, the fusion of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines.
La Rosa Náutica. Located on a pier along the beach in Miraflores. A restaurant to enjoy in good company. Very good fish and great views of the Pacific.
Maido. Best Nikkei food in Lima and ranked as Latin American best restaurant by Latin Americas 50 Best Restaurants.
Restaurante José AntonioTraditional Peruvian cuisine since 1972.
Punto AzulAnother restaurant serving traditional Peruvian fare.
San Ceferino. Started as an Italian restaurant more than 25 years ago in the San Isidro district. Today it has a large international and Peruvian menu with portions to match. Suggest you share.
El Charrua. Very good for meat.
La Granja AzulAnticucho (grilled beef heart and chicken liver) and all the chicken you can eat, washed down with huge cocktails, just outside Lima.

- Dim Sum in Chinatown. Service in the many restaurants in Chinatown can sometimes be erratic. Try the Lotus Garden in Gerrard Street. Another option is CCK in Rupert Street.
Amalfi. A classic in Soho since 1963. There was a time when it was one of the few places in London - where you could get a decent espresso or cappuccino!.

Lo GüenoFor tapas.

Restaurante ArcadiaOn the 25th floor of the Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel.  For elegant lunching or dining with great views of Montevideo.
- La Posada Don Tiburón. In Mercado del Puerto for great fish.

Parador of RondaGreat views.

Restaurant Bote Salvavidas. Great for fish whilst contemplating the port of Valparaiso and the Pacific Ocean beyond.

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