Pan Sal Aire, Lima, Peru

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Note: We were given a complimentary meal at this restaurant
Pan Sal AireDaniel Haddad

Pan Sal Aire brings fresh produce, intimate ambiance, and stylish surroundings to the centre of Lima’s Barranco district. Barranco, known for its artistic and bohemian flair, is the ideal location for the delightful eatery. Featuring muted tiled floors, dark wood interiors, and a welcoming entrance, it’s a restaurant you can spend hours sharing drinks and delicious fare with friends.
Razor ClamsDaniel Haddad

We loved the semi-open kitchen, rustic decor and relaxed patrons. The menu is brimming with Peruvian flavours, fresh produce, and dishes ideal for pairing with wine and cocktails.
Bone MarrowDaniel Haddad

We started with the delicate and fresh Razor Clams with Noisette Butter, Mignonette and Chives, and the indulgently flavourful Bone Marrow with Chimichurri, Aji Limo and Fresh Bread paired with crisp glasses of Chilean wine. For our main courses we opted to share their vibrant take on Garlic Prawns and the tender, sweet and savoury 15 Day Dry Aged Duck with Creamed Pituca, Roasted Peach and Thyme.
Garlic PrawnsDaniel Haddad

The pizzas, which are crisp, fragrant, and authentic, are also must order. We opted for the classic Margherita Pizza with Mozzarella Fior di Latte, House Made Pomodoro, Basil and Olive Oil. Our kids loved the insanely juicy PSA Burger with French Fries made from Beef Short Rib.
PizzaDaniel Haddad

Staff were friendly and efficient giving us recommendations and ensuring our drinks were never empty. A spot we could see ourselves returning again and again and a must eat when visiting Lima. Great for all day dining while exploring the Barranco area.

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