aren’t known for their breakfast appetite, which is why you’ll see most of them skipping the meal altogether or grabbing a sandwich from a street vendor. Most restaurants
in Peru don’t open until 12 p.m., so it can be tricky to find a place to get breakfast, but have no fear. Here is a list of the best places to have breakfast and brunch in Lima.
Rustica is a restaurant with a huge number of food options, located a few feet from the Pacific Ocean in Barranco
. You can enjoy all the Peruvian dishes such as ceviche
laid out in front of you, buffet-style. Grab your food and find a seat close to the ocean.
Restaurant, Peruvian, Buffet, $$$
This is another restaurant with a spectacular view of the ocean. Mangos is located in Miraflore’s mall Lacomar, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. On a good day you can watch people surfing below the restaurant while you’re eating a buffet-style breakfast.
Cafe, Healthy, $$$
This coffee shop is so small you can easily miss it, but it’s so charming it’s worth looking for. Located off of Barranco’s Street Grau, a block away from the main plaza, this is Lima’s best bakery and a great place to enjoy a breakfast cake and a coffee before starting your day.
Crepes & Waffles
While it may be part of a chain, this place delivers some of the best breakfast in Lima. Limeños
aren’t too fond of their breakfast, but when they do go, they go here. There’s a great choice of classic breakfast options for a decent price.