1 Alanya Repostería


1 Alanya Repostería

Alanya Repostería, located in the charming, bohemian district of Barranco, is the latest endeavor by the talented master pastry chef Zara Alanya Góngora, who trained in Barcelona. The establishment’s well-stocked display cases exhibit the most varied of sweets, cakes, and pastries, all irresistibly tempting. But the undisputed star of the show is the croissant, with twenty different types available, from the original classic to versions filled with passionfruit, cappuccino, cheesecake, almonds, pistachios, chocolate, cranberries, raspberries, apple, mango, and more.

María Almenara

With the slogan of “Love means sharing dessert,” Maria Almenara invites us to enjoy a sugary moment at one of their various locations, strategically distributed around Lima. What started as a family hobby has now become a well-known patisserie chain famed for the excellent quality of their desserts, from the mil sabores cake to the poundcake, alfajores, bruselina cake, and cookies, to name just a few, all prepared using the family recipes that María so carefully preserves.

Dolce Capriccio

Dolce Capriccio is the ideal mix of perseverance, creativity, and passion. Their recipes, many adapted with a homemade touch, contain the perfect formula for captivating taste buds and gladdening hearts. The menu offers an infinity of choices, from not-to-be-missed classics like the key lime pie, the apple crisp, or the tocino del cielo, to delicious sandwiches, salads bursting with freshness, and countless other options. You can enjoy your favorites at one of their locations in Miraflores, San Isidro, or Chacarilla, or take your order to go.

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