Jose Antonio is highly regarded for both its food and service. While the prices may be high compared to many restaurants in Lima, this is one of the best places in town to sample local traditional criollo dished like lomo saltado, tiradito, and Lima's famous ceviche.
Address: Jr. Bernardo Monteagudo 200, Magdalena
Telephone: (51-1) 264 0188
Astrid y Gastón
Near Lima's Parque Central, tucked away behind an old colonial house, is the elegant Astrid y Gastón restaurant. This venue boasts an open-plan kitchen and is decorated with a colourful selection of modern art, giving it a sophisticated yet inviting atmosphere. With everything from oysters and sea urchins to roasted kid on the menu, this restaurant offers fine-dining at its best. Open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner, reservations recommended.
Address: Cantuarias 175, Miraflores
Telephone: (0)1 444 1496
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