Lima is a big city and the people stay very busy. Lima’s 10 million inhabitants normally work 5-6 days a week from 8am-9PM so they must eat quick and normally on the run. While traveling around the city of Lima you will encounter various types of street vendors.
A good way to identify good food from the street Vendors is to look for where the most locals are eating. That is always a good sign. You will notice many in the Chabuca area near the Plaza de Armas that are all in white carts. These vendors are inpected by the municipality and are normally the cleanest and safest to eat at. My favorite is the Anticouchos or kabob of marinated beef heart and pancita which is marinated beef tripes or stomach usually served along side of boiled potato slices and your choice of hot sauces.
Hot sauce is my specialty…
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