La Huaca Pucllana since its creation in 2001, maintains the philosophy of using Peruvian flavors as a base, which is why it offers completely renovated Peruvian cuisine dishes using ingredients from the sea or vegetables, with all colors, textures and flavors. If you want to go to the restaurant whose chefs are Marilú Madueno and Andrea Massaro, here we tell you how much each dish can cost.
The menu is divided into appetizers, to start with, from our kitchen, hamburgers and salads, Peruvian tradition and desserts. In addition, the inevitable house bread with smoked chili butter at 14 soles.
In the appetizers option there are dishes from 34 soles such as choclito with cheese and huancaína sauce, up to 48 soles such as shells in butter and lemon sauce gratin with parmigiana. To start you can order carpaccio of loin with pesto cream of pecorino, arugula, pine nuts and country bread toasts for 52 soles or a jelly for two of fish, prawns, squid, chifles, sarandaja and criolla for 130 soles.
The main dishes are divided into From our kitchen and Peruvian Tradition, and here there are options from 59 soles to 110 soles. Some of the dishes are: Loche ravioli with cream cheese and molle pepper, Calamari black rice and piquillo pepper alioli, Chorrillana-style sea bass with golden potatoes and rice, Cau Cau Don Arturo with cubed fried potatoes, the classic Lomo Saltado with rustic yellow potatoes and rice with corn, Risotto with flavors of “Arroz con Pato” confit chunks and slices of baked magret, among others.
There are also three hamburger options at 49 soles, two salads and a bowl. There are ten dessert options at 32 soles each.
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