Dubai, Deira , Muteena , Dubai, UAE
Al Butin Plaza, Al Maktoum Street , Deira , Dubai, UAE
, Jumeirah , Dubai, UAE
Bhnd Joy Alukkas , Rolla , Sharjah, UAE
, Sh Zayed Road , Dubai, UAE
Opposite Old Fire Brigade, Al Muntazar Road , Julan , Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
Hilton Hotel, Al Ain City , Ghantoot , Abu Dhabi, UAE
Souk Madinat Jumeirah , Jumeirah , Dubai, UAE
3Road Floor, Twin Towers, Baniyas Road , Deira , Dubai, UAE
Ayal Nasser Area , Deira , Dubai, UAE
If you would like to taste one of the most varied cuisines in the world then you would have to step in to any of the Peruvian restaurants in UAE. Peruvian cuisine reflects the geographical regions of Peru such as the Andean mountains, the jungle and the coast. The cultures that have existed in Peru and the cultures that migrated to the region have influenced Peruvian cuisine to a great extent. It is a combination of the Pre Inca and Inca food with Spanish, American, Asian British and French cuisines.
A Sanguche (sandwich) is the typical Peruvian breakfast but is also eaten for lunch and dinner. A sanguche is created in various shapes and flavours with crispy and juicy local ingredients. Some of the most popular types of Peruvian sandwiches are Sanguche de Chicharron, and Butifarra. The sanguche de chicharran is made with chunke of fried pork belly or pork shoulder which is boiled in a broth. The Butifarra is one of the most traditional Peruvian sandwiches and you could grab a Butifarra at any place from restaurants to sangucheria to food carts.
A typical Peruvian main course, the Lomo Saltado and the Aji de Gallina are a must try in Peruvian Restaurants in UAE. The Lomo Saltado is a fusion of Peruvian ingredients with Asian cooking techniques. It is a dish with sliced beef that is fried with red onions, tomatoes, yellow Peruvian chilies (aji amarillo), soy sauce, vinegar and cilantro. The Lomo Saltado is served with rice.
Aji de Gallina, a spicy chicken stew. The stew which is a savory creamy yellow sauce made of milk, parmesan cheese, bread, Peruvian chilies, garlic, walnuts and pecans. Chicken strips are served in this flavorsome stew. The variety of ingredients in the broth promises rich flavor and is a popular dish among the people of Peru.
You could visit Peruvian restaurants in UAE to experience a slice of the culture and the cuisine that has evolved with the blend of natural ingredients and cooking techniques that were brought to the land by various cultures over the centuries.