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Monday, January 23, 2017

Gaston Acurio delicacies at the Banker's Bar!

In September 2016, Banker's Bar hosted the New York famous clandestine Please Do not Tell, transforming the space into a clandestine club with hot dogs signed by celebrated chefs. And now the exclusive Banker’s Bar in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel has another original proposal. This winter, GastónAcurio moves the gastronomic experience of a typical Lima tavern to the comfortable Banker's Bar.

Peru's most award-winning chef started in the Mimosa garden at the Mandarin Oriental this summer, and now changes his proposal to adapt it  this winter by returning to the origins of Peruvian cuisine in the new Banker's Bar menu.

Tomas de la Paz, is the head chef in charge to execute the Peruvian delicacies. "Peruvian cuisine is cheerful and fast, with a mix of textures, perfect to be tasted in an informal format like Banker's Bar," says Tomas, "Gastón's restaurants are like a bar. He likes the bar and the interaction." 
Tomas De la Paz works hand-in-hand with Rafael Tapia, the local bar manager, to entertain diners in the evenings.
The offer has the typical offers of the Nikkei cuisine with Gaston Acurio’s stamp: Ceviches, tiraditos, nigiris, makis or butichifas.
Many fish and seafood as well as meat but chef Tomas was able to offer me some excellent vegetarian finger food to blend with exclusive cocktails.

Hours: Monday to Sunday.
From Sunday to Wednesday, from 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
 Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from 5pm to 3am.

The cuisine of Gastón will be  available from 19h to 00h.

Vegetarian Makis with "Leche de Tigre" served with a Pisco Mule! 

Vegetarian ceviche! 


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