Monthly Archives: July 2010

Degustation nights are ready to go!

Everything is ready to celebrate  “A taste of PERú” – Winter Sessions at The Lincoln. Opening tonight and followed by  the 22nd, 28th and 29th of July, it  promises to be an experience to taste with all the senses. Peruvian … Continue reading

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Flavours and history

There are so many gastronomic trends co-existing in Peru being the Creole o Criolla cuisine  the most widespread in Lima with an interesting history behind. Creole or Criolla dates back to the times when the Spanish Conquerors arrived in Peru, … Continue reading

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Pacha, thanks to mother earth

Pacha means earth in Quechua dilect, and is Saravias´ interpretation of Peru´s land treasures. In this occasion Chef Saravia combines three Peruvian signature dishes, all of them from the earth and with his particular touch to make you appreciate the … Continue reading

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Chala, across the Peruvian coast

When talking about Chala, we are talking about sea, fishermen sailing the ocean, or small beach food stalls selling the catch of the day. That´s the meaning of the first dish of our menu at  “A taste of PERú” – … Continue reading

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“Wine makes a symphony of a good meal”

As  Fernande Garvin said “Wine makes a symphony of a good meal” and  what could be a better way to mach Peruvian flavours to let this symphony flows  than with Argentinean wines made by Australian winemakers. With combined winemaking experience … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes

Last Wednesday we celebrated an exclusive media dinner at The Lincoln to launch The Lincoln presents, “A taste of PERú” – Winter Sessions, a series of Degustation nights during July (21st, 22nd, 28th and 29th) to be held at The … Continue reading

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