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La Molina: the 10 best places to eat in the district with a varied gastronomic proposal

You can a round for La Molina where you can taste other Peruvian seasonings in its regional restaurants. You will also find good chifas and pizzerias. Do you want a sweet? Try some vegan or some classic cremoladas. Visit the district and enjoy the varied cuisine it offers.


María Fe Gallo decided to open Bloom because she is vegan and wanted a place to eat a good and healthy vegan dessert. With creativity and practice, she has launched several desserts and savory dishes without inputs of animal origin; She also takes care that almost all the ingredients are of Peruvian origin. In drinks we find specialty coffee, smoothies and extracts. For savouries, there is vegan capresse (with cashews mozzarella cheese), plantain with avocado (with spicy vegan mayonnaise). For dessert there is fudgy brownie, various cookies (including a 70% cocoa chocolate filling), peanut butter and chocolate bar. They also sell complete cakes for special events.

Address: Santiago de Compostela 120, La Estancia, La Molina.


Angélica Obregón settled in La Molina and went from selling fruit to becoming the queen of cremoladas. Now, she is also called to corporate events and parties. She currently presents more than 40 flavors such as blueberry, chocolate, lucuma, avocado and ice cream cheese. Creativity and innovation are the main characteristics of her business.

Address: Av. Flora Tristan 295, La Molina.


Do you want to enjoy the seasoning of Lambayeque in Lima? This corner is perfect with options such as arroz con pato or cabrito a la chiclayana. For fish lovers, they also have varieties of cebiches. If you go on a Monday don’t miss the thickened.

Address: Av. Los Constructores 902, La Molina.


The couple made up of José Luis and Gladys Cáceres opened this restaurant as a tribute to Arequipa’s cuisine and culture. Its name is an expression that refers to the farmer and the townspeople. In their menu, they seek to offer traditional recipes such as shrimp sivinche and chicken almond. We also find stuffed rocoto, golden malaya or rack of lamb. To share, the ideal is the American: a round of pork rinds, locro, stew, sarza and stuffed rocoto. They also have 15 types of sarzas to accompany the dishes.

Address: Las Cascadas 353, La Molina.


In this place we find pizzas like in the mountains and sandwiches in XL chapla bread, made in a wood-fired oven. One of the most requested chaplas is the arequipeño with white sausage baked with onion and garlic sauce. Among the pizzas try the rita (ham, bacon, mushrooms and cheese) or the prochú (prosciutto, parmesan, arugula and cheese).

Address: Av. La Molina 3565, La Molina.


His proposal is that of a comfortable kitchen with dishes made with organic inputs (chemical-free) and of artisan origin. On its menu you will find hot and cold appetizers, salads (try the quinoa tabbouleh), artisan pastas (such as the mushroom lasagna with prawns), seafood and a variety of meats (such as rice with duck with acebichado). On the menu they indicate if the dish is vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free or if you have to be careful with allergies.

Address: Jr. Los Bambúes 198, La Molina.


Pastry workshop where each order is worked in a personalized way. At the La Molina restaurant, you can also sit down to try one of what is considered one of the best chocolate cakes in Lima, strawberry cheesecake, crispy apple or one of its savory dishes (babka or quiches).

Address: Av. Santiago de Compostela 157, 2nd floor interior H, La Estancia, La Molina.


José Ramenghi was in charge of bringing the experience of the “charrúa” culture. The popular Uruguayan restaurant offers its visitors the most select cuts of meat: tomahawk, entraña and its special pallar de lomo, which are accompanied with garnishes and wines for the ideal pairing.

Address: Av. Javier Prado Este 5898, La Molina.


It has become one of the paradises for carnivores. In the same place they process their sausages free of preservatives, dyes and nitrates. In addition, all animals have had the necessary care to obtain meat of the best quality.

Address: Tahiti Street 175, La Molina.


This place was ranked among the 10 best chifas and Chinese food restaurants at the 2022 Summum Awards. Dedicated to Chinese, Tibetan and Thai cuisine, it has become a point of reference in the district. Their Pekin duck, O-MEI rice, Vietnamese beef, Tai noodles and Shanghai snacks stand out.

Address: Av. Javier Prado Este 5902, urbanization La Fontana, La Molina.

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Source: Elcomercio

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