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The inspiration for our venue’s name comes from a versatile plant that inspired the imagination of a young man. He first saw this robust plant featured in an edition of the Natuonal Geographic. People from the mid-coast region of Peru dry out and weave the reeds to build ‘Caballitos de Totora’ , small canoe-like vessels used mainly for fishing expeditions.
This eventually translated into an ambition to discover and experience the rich culture of Peruvian life and gastronomy. From simple red rugged origins of the Totora plant to its inspirational uses in everyday life, we employ this iconic material to showcase passion and creativity for a fresh and authentically unique Peruvian experience.
Peruvian styled sashimi, which reflects the Japanese influence on Peruvian cuisine. It’s Tuna coated with crunchy quonolia, sweet potatoes, camuchamu leche de tigre. Lighg and delicious dish for starter.
A selection of traditional Peruvian small dishes. As a second starter I had Trio de Tamalitos: Lamb, aji mirasol, coriander topped with salsa criolla.
Rollos De Maki – Aji De Gallina!
Loved my third starter. Delicous sushi style rolls, chicken, egg and potato with traditional Peruvian sause.