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Special Peruvian Traditional Dinner


Sat 28 Oct 2017, 6:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Cioccolato Espresso, 31 Ardross St, Applecross, Western Australia

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: hope_roberts

At Perth Meets Peru, I am proud to bring traditional Peruvian food to your plate. Chef Luis Vergara’s 3-course menu will show you the essence of Peruvian cuisine.

Causa Rellena-Peruvian Layered Potato Dish
Cold and spiced potato mash with lime, coriander and Peruvian yellow chilli, served with poached chicken breast, aioli, boiled egg, cos lettuce and avocado.

Beef Seco
Slow cooked, beef in a beer, chilli and coriander broth served with green peas, carrots, steamed rice and yucca (cassava) fries.

Traditional churros manjar blanco
Two Peruvian style crispy doughnut sticks, served with caramel sauce and seasonal fruit.

Parking: Free parking along the street

Alcoholic beverages: BYO

Allergies & Dietary Requirements: Unfortunately this event does not cater for vegans, vegetarians or gluten intolerant guests.

Essential before 15th of October - we will notify everyone as soon we sell out (we have 20 seats)

The ticket is not refundable but you can transfer it to another person.
We will cancel the event and refund everyone if we do not have at least 13 registrations.

The culinary history of Peruvian food dates back to the Inca and Pre-Inca times when the staple diet consisted of maize, potatoes and aromatic herbs.

This was later influenced by the arrival of the Spanish conquerors. In the ensuing years, the cuisine was further influenced and enriched by an influx of migration from China, Europe, Africa and Japan.
Thanks to the different influences and the richness of Peruvian ingredients, Peruvian cuisine is an amazing explosion of flavours, colours and aromas!!

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