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A Taste of Lima

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Peruvians have some very nice food you can taste here
Peru's culture is a set of beliefs, customs and a way of life which has been handed down from the native Incas, Spanish conquistadors and settlers. Immigrant groups such as Africans, Japanese, Chinese and Europeans have also contributed to this society and the blend of cultures and ideas in which Peruvians live.

Whatever their ethnic background Peruvians have a very strong self of family and religion. In many cases, generations of a family live together where the younger people look after the older ones and help each other in difficult times.

Peruvians express their culture with their music, art forms, dancing, clothing, celebrations, religion, education, sports and clothing.



Amigos! Friends! Now you can one experience one day of true Peruvian culture again! This will be the second event entitled A Taste of Lima. It is a pop-up food event where they will be selling a fine mixture of Peruvian delicacies. Omar Mendoza will be the talented chef in the second edition of a Taste of Lima. Omar has worked in some of Lima´s most prestigious restaurants and has also taught in Peru´s top cookery institutes.

Omar is visiting Brisbane and will once again share his delicious recipes.



If you come to this event, you can taste some food and enjoy live Peruvian music by the talented Chicho among other entertainment and performers. If you are a vegetarian you can advise them as they will have a special dish for you also - just let them know through their event page on Facebook, and they will arrange it.



You do not need a booking for this event - just turn up on the day.

Both cash and cards will be accepted at this event, so tell your friends and family to come along and children of all ages are also welcome.

How to get there:
There is free street parking available
It is a 5 minute walk from Auchenflower train station
It is a 2 minute walk from Stop 7 bus station on Coronation Drive

You will see a Jetts Milton gym outside. Just walk past Jetts Milton through the main entrance of the building on 19 Lang Parade. Look out for the colourful signs saying A Taste of Lima!

If you haven't tried Peruvian food before or want to enjoy it in Brisbane, you can't miss this next event.

You can see more about this event at their Facebook page.
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Why? For a taste of Lima
When: 3rd August 2019, 11.00 am until 4.00 pm
Where: 19 Lang Parade, Milton, Qld 4064
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