An event with a Peruvian flavor! Award-winning Peruvian cuisine continues to delight the most demanding palates in the world, this time conquering the first edition of "London Food Month", a culinary event that shows the gastronomic diversity of the UK, held during the month of June.
The challenging mission was carried out by talented Peruvian chefs, owners of the most renowned restaurants in London such as Lima Floral, Pisqu, Señor Ceviche, Andina, Casita Andina, Ceviche Soho and Ceviche Old Street, who exhibited the best of their culinary art through traditional and innovative dishes that were the most requested by the diners who attended the event.
One of the most widely anticipated parts of the festival was the "Night Market", which took place from June 7-18, and which brought together about fifty restaurants selected for the occasion. The Peruvian restaurant Pisqu participated, presenting the best of its culinary offer to a large audience with a stand that also served as a platform for the cultural projection of Peru.
A tour of flavors
The participants also enjoyed the most traditional dishes from the Peruvian coast, mountains and jungle through the "Ceviche's Peru Bus Tour", a brand activation touring the restaurant chain of chef and businessman Martín Morales. Meanwhile, the restaurant Señor Ceviche continues to offer a special menu called "Lima Lunch", which will last the whole month.
In addition, the renowned Peruvian chef Virgilio Martinez, considered the best in the world, and chef Jeremy Pang, a mentor of the Cha Chaan Teng restaurant, enchanted visitors with delicious and innovative Peruvian-Chinese fusion cuisine, which had its own leading role in the gastronomic event due to its special flavor and presentation.
The Peru Brand shines in London
As the official sponsor of the event Peru was present in all the event publications and in more than 100 underground stations in the city of London. The "Super Foods Peru" brand was also promoted with the aim of spreading the consumption of conventional products such as quinoa, avocado, sweet potato, and other items from the Peruvian export range.