Peruvian Cuisine


Piura is a city in northwestern Peru. It is the capital of the Piura Region and the Piura Province.
The population is 377,496. It was here that Spanish Conqueror Francisco Pizarro founded the third Spanish city in South America and the first in Peru, San Miguel de Piura, in July 1532. Piura declared its independence on 4 January 1821.


Piura is host to a stunning mestizo culture (one of the oldest in South America, Piura is the third Spanish city founded on that continent) most famous for such gastronomical dishes as seco de chabelo, algarrobina-based drinks, many types of seafood and fish, like ceviche and natilla sweets. Popular crafts are the Chulucana Pottery and Catacaos is famous for hat making  and silversmithing. The small town of Simbila is very popular for its handcrafts and pottery. The tondero and cumanana are the traditional music of mestizo Piura and northern parts of Lambayeque. There are also several famous Peruvian waltzes that came from these regions, while northern Peruvians have their own style.

Our graphics were designed with characteristics from Peru and the colors are inspired by the tropical warm weather in  the region of Piura in Peru.

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Authentic Peruvian Cuisine

39-32 Bell Blvd

Bayside, NY. 11361

Phone: (718) 224- 8505

Fax : (718) 224 -8506


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