Peru’s Deputy Minister of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Industries Bernardo Roca-Rey is traveling to Washington, D.C. today to accept an award on behalf of his country. Peruvian cuisine is being named as a “Heritage of the Americas” by the Organization of American States, and Roca-Rey will give a presentation on Peruvian food during the ceremony. This distinction will bring Peru’s cuisine even more attention internationally, and shows that Peru is truly becoming known as the origin of one of the world’s finest cuisines. From hearty lomo saltado to fresh ceviche, we’re proud to serve some of Peru’s most traditional and authentic dishes at Fiesta Limena. Many of our guests try Peruvian food for the first time at our restaurant, and we’re happy to introduce them to the best kept secret in the culinary world.
March 21, 2011
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