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- Café del Museo (Av. Bolívar 1515, Pueblo Libre) has become one of Lima’s tastiest places to eat. The Café del Museo benefits from the wonderful setting of the Larco Museum (Museo Larco). Inside the Café, the setting looks like a work of art itself, it was designed by the famous Peruvian architect Jordi Puig. Their menu is very complete; it includes typical Peruvian food, pasta, and light choices like salads and soup. They also have attractive wine and cocktail lists (do not miss the Peruvian Pisco Sour!). Opening hours: 9am until 6pm everyday, including holidays. Cuisine: Peruvian. Price range: $25 (65-80 nuevos) for a meal with starter, main course, desert and a drink; $4-$5 for a glass of wine, $6 for a cocktail.
- El Bolivariano: (Psje. Santa Rosa 291, Pueblo Libre, Lima) is located in an 18th century mansion. The place is very original since it looks like a house, with various rooms, in the middle of which, there is an outdoor patio. Each room has a particular atmosphere: some are ideal for a rather romantic or family dinner, while others are great for parties and dancing. The menu offers lots of seafood and barbecue selections. They also have a nice buffet. You can go there just for drinks as well. Cuisine: Peruvian. Price range: $10-$15
- La Rosa Nautica: (Espigon 4 Circuito de Playas, Lima 18) Built over the sea, the Rosa Nautica benefits from an amazing view over the Pacific Ocean. The restaurant is very elegant and refined. They serve typical Peruvian food (based on ceviches and seafood), pasta, salads as well as grill choices, poultry and stew. It is highly recommended to book as this restaurant is one of the best appreciated in Lima. Cuisine: International, Peruvian. Price range: $20-$25
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