Restaurants

Peruvian in Nazca & Around

La Taberna

It’s a hole-in-the-wall place, and the scribbles covering every inch of wall are a testament to its popularity. Try the spicy fish topped with sauce and mixed shellfish challengingly named Pescado a lo Macho (no tha…
Peruvian in Nazca & Around

La Kañada

Handy to the bus stations, this old standby serves up all the Peruvian standards. A decent list of cocktails includes algarrobina (a cocktail of pisco, milk and syrup from the huarango (carob) tree).
Peruvian in Nazca & Around

Restaurant Los Angeles

This meticulously run Peruvian and international eatery is known for especially delicious soups and salads, as well as tasty vegetarian options. It’s owned by a local tour guide who speaks French and English.
Peruvian in Nazca & Around

Restaurant Paulita

With two tiny open-air tables facing the Plaza de Armas, this local fave serves home-style set meals as well as extras such as fruit salads and cakes.
Peruvian in Nazca & Around

El Portón

Fed with a regular diet of Nazca Lines tour groups, single diners could get lonely in this rambling place. The menu is anchored by above-average potatoes in a Huancayo sauce, stuffed avocados and some fancier mains.…
Peruvian in Nazca & Around

Rico Pollo

A local lunchtime phenomenon, this very cheap, very crowded chicken joint offers some of the best barbecued meat cuts on the south coast. For S12 you get a filling meal of chicken breast with fries and vegetables. C…