Discover the best restaurant in Barranca, Peru including Restaurant Tato, Las Gaviotas, Chifa Restaurant Central, Jota Restobar, ORDONEZ TRADICION DE BARRANCA, Rincon Del Pez, El Parador, Trovatore Pizzas y Pastas, Anticucheria Grau, La Casa De Los Camarones
Things to do in Barranca
3.5 based on 152 reviews
Here we are, in front of the ocean in a super simple and authentic restaurant. I like this place Ceviche is simply wonderful and Tacu Tacu is even better. Broad choice of fish and mariscos, all very fresh and cooked with a lot of care. Sumptuous portions, authentic flavours and quality ingredients.
A perfect place for a very good lunch with traditional Peruvian food in authentic atmosphere. Super value for money.
I would definitely suggest to take a break and eat here.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
My wife and I were on a cruise-ship port-stop in Lima and feel fortunate that after a tour of the amazing nearby Caral Ruins we stopped at Las Gaviotas for lunch. What a treat to be right across the street from a magnificent view of the rolling surf.
While in Peru we enjoyed many seafood restaurants and Las Gaviotas is right among the best ever, they really know how to cook fish to perfection! The efficiency and friendliness of the staff are first class.
New to us were their delicious "canchita " snacks made from a special variety of corn. Also, their Cuzqueña beer was delicious.
PS- If you are in that area we recommend visiting the Caral Ruins, the pyramids there predate the Egyptians.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
Buscando un chifa llegamos a este sitio, si buen me atrajo su banner en la puerta del megacombo, realmente es un todo en uno, pollería, chifa, carnes , todo en uno
Lo que mas nos gusto fue la mesa redonda con la sobremesa giratoria de vidrio , al estilo de los chifas de antaño
Como comida, regular, porciones generosas y precios muy cómodos, atención esmerada con un ambiente grato y acogedor
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Words can't really express just how good this food is...
The chef (Fernando) really does know his stuff and delivers 5 star food that is very reasonably priced.
We have been travelling South America for 8 months and our breakfast and lunch (yes we stayed that long) was the best we have had so far!
They are also extremely friendly people and made us feel very welcome. The fact our kids got on so well with theirs made the day even more enjoyable.
We really can't rate this place highly enough. Wonderful!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Restaurant specializing in marine and Creole foods like tacu tacu tacu tacu Creole and marine tradition to Ordonez, with specialties in ceviches, jellies, mixed chicharrones, ceviche, beer and all kinds of drinks and cocktails pisco sour. We also have a night bar with dance floor and great music to taste.
Tiene una buena ubicación y vista privilegiada al malecón y playa. Probé un ceviche lo cual no estaba bueno ni tampoco malo, sin embargo, el arroz con pato y los platos marinos si son buenos y recomendables.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
He ido en dos oportunidades, tienen en su carta unos tríos personales fabulosos, yo probé de cebiche mixto, chicharrón mixto, causa mixta, chaufa de mariscos y parihuela de mariscos, muy bueno, el precio que se paga es lo justo, por el trío 20 a 25 soles. Las chicas se esmeran en atenderte. Se ve la cocina y el lugar de la menajería, yo observé todo muy limpio. Los baños también. Lo recomiendo.
4 based on 9 reviews
The service was great and the food didn't disappoint. Everything we ordered was great. The drinks as well! We had pisco sours and chilcanas of maracuya... It's a must get! Would definitely return.
4 based on 21 reviews
4.5 based on 14 reviews
En Barranca este es uni de los sitios mas recomendado, en el hotel preguntamos donde comer anticuchos y nos refirieron este sitio, al buscarlo en TA vimos que era el sitio
Sirven desde el tradicional palito de anticucho de corazón de res, pancita, higado con su papa y su aji, también tienen de carne y pollos, pero lo tradicional es el de corazón de res con su papa y aji, son muy buenos
4 based on 6 reviews
Nestled in a little community by the river Pativilca in an area that has seen a big shift of fortunes with the bypass of the Pan-American Highway, is some of the best fresh water shellfish you'll get anywhere.
Having been told that we must stop on our drive to Huaraz to eat the best chupe de camerones in the "world" - we stopped and has the second best chupe I've ever eaten (and I've eaten a lot of crawfish bisque). It wa delicious and the restaurant offers the rustic ambiance that very few tourists can still find in Peru.
Do yourself a favor, if you happen along the northern stretch of the Pan-American Highway, stop at La Casa de los Camerones . . . It's totally worth the visit!
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