NYC’s Best Peruvian Spots
CEVICHE VS. TIRADITO
Two iconic Peruvian dishes compete for center stage
WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE?
At a recent Ceviche versus Tiradito competition, tasters were asked which they prefer. Personally I was a fan of the Tiradito, which I was introduced to on this incredible day. I highly suggest everyone try it, especially if you’re a fan of ceviche or sushi!
RESTAURANTS CHOSEN WORTHY TO COMPETE INCLUDED:
A savory citrus-marinated fish/ seafood dish, served at all Peruvian restaurants.
A raw fish dish, inspired by Japanese sashimi-style fish, dressed in a sauce made from Peru’s vast vegetable harvest.
DID YOU KNOW?
Ceviche is so popular in Peru that it has it’s own national holiday! It is on June 28th!
DID YOU KNOW?
Peru has more that 4,000 different types of potatoes, and they are used in the Tiradito sauce to make it extra delicious.
PERUVIAN FOOD IS A RESULT OF A 500-YEAR BLEND OF SPANISH, AFRICAN, JAPANESE, AND CHINESE IMMIGRATION AND NATIVE CULTURES.
PERUVIAN CHEF JAVIER WONG’S CEVICHE JUST WON THE CHOWTZER FAST FEAST AWARDS, AS THE TASTIEST DISH IN THE WORLD.
PERU’S SIGNATURE LIQUOR IS CALLED PISCO, A DISTILLED GRAPE BRANDY. IT USES THE SAME AMOUNT OF GRAPES IN ONE BOTTLE AS 20 BOTTLES OF WINE.
2 OF THE RESTAURANTS OF THE
WORLDS TOP 20 RESTAURANTS
ARE IN PERU.
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