The historic centre of Lima contains an old town house that has remained unchanged over the years: the Casa de Aliaga. During the day, the sun filters into the elegant Andalusian courtyard and you can wander through rooms that have witnessed 500 years of history. This is one of the oldest houses in Lima, occupied without interruption by the same family, who have kept it in perfect condition. One of the current generation, chef Jeronimo de Aliaga, has created an unforgettable experience in the 16th Century dining room.
Decorated in the old style, the tables set for lunch or dinner await diners ready for a surreal adventure. The fortunate ones are few, as there are not many places. But the menu is fresh and flavourful, with the produce shown off in an intelligent and high-quality manner: there are organic products, both local and imported, fish and shellfish and a fusion of light classy flavours. An honest cuisine delicately prepared; a harmonious mixture of tradition and modernity.
In 1976, the 15th generation of Aliagas in Lima agreed to open their family home to private visits exclusively for guests of LimaTours, as part of a first-in-Peru initiative of heritage preservation through sustainable tourism. The programme has been a successful model for all stakeholders, for 40 years.
*Experience for groups of 10 people or more.
* For groups of 10 people or more.