The “Brujas de Cachiche” serves a menu based on a 2,000-year-old local culture that contains the taste of pre-Columbian Peruvian cuisine with recipes and ancient ingredients. The extensive menu features classic Peruvian dishes such as Ají de Gallina, but focuses on fish, seafood and fine cuts of meat with interesting twists and unusual garnishes.
In the extensive old house with several cozy dining rooms, guests can try a steak with pisco butter sauce and stewed mushrooms. Among the excellent desserts, some continue with the indigenous theme, such as Mazamorra Morada (purple corn pudding and nuts). In addition to the excellent restaurant, Brujas de Cachiche also offers several gastronomic festivals.