T’anta (which means “bread” in Quechua) serves casual snacks to accompany a coffee to eat in, or to go. It now also has a full menu, offering a more complete range of tasty salads, pastas, panini’s and yummy desserts.
This up-market deli is the brain child of the famous Peruvian chef Gaston Acurio, and it’s casual but modern and chic decor is popular with cool and trendy lunch-time locals.
There are now three other locations in Lima, including one in the Centro on Pasaje Nicolás de Rivera del Viejo 142.
Reservations: No! it’s a deli.
Av. Pancho Fierro 117, San Isidro, Lima
Tel: (+51 1) 421 9708
Take a taxi to the restaurant. 10 minutes from Parque Kennedy in Mirflores (6-7 Soles).
Great place to meet with friends, drink a coffee and munch on some great snacks. Service sometimes is lacking, and prices are quite high.