Lima. Jun. 25 (ANDINA). The 'booming' Peruvian cuisine began the conquer Europe through Madrid. the Spanish daily El Pais stated today in a report on renowned chef and businessman Gaston Acurio and the varied cuisine of Peru .
The newspaper report entitled 'Bistrot a la peruana' (Peruvian Bistrot) mentions the opening of a new Gaston Acurio's restaurant in Madrid. and stresses that Peruvian cuisine combines Inca influences with Spanish. African. Chinese. Japanese and Italian-inspired dishes.
It also highlights its long list of tasty dishes characterized by its generous portions.
That experience will be precisely enjoyed at Acurio’s Tanta restaurant. including traditional dishes such as causa. yuca a la huancaina. cebiche. tiradito. anticucho. lomo saltado. aji de gallina. pollo nikkei. and spaghetti al rocoto. the daily reported.
Tanta (bread in Quechua) offers a set menu of between 25 - 35 Euros and what the writer (Mario) Vargas Llosa called 'one of the most inventive and refined cuisine in the world.'
The Spanish daily also notes that the restaurant seeks to become a Peruvian a bistrot (French-style traditional restaurant) similar to a Limean 'sanguchería' (sandwich restaurant).