1 Romano Rincón Criollo

1 Romano Rincón Criollo

Locals’ palates in northern Peru are demanding, but this Summum has won them over with ease. Its incredible seasonings, heaping portions, and pleasant atmosphere account for part of its success, while the other part is due to its huge menu, where guests can always find something exquisite to order. No visit to Trujillo is complete without lunch at Romano Rincón Criollo.


A whole ocean of delicious specialties to be explored with gusto. Big Ben Huanchaco is the perfect port of call in Trujillo’s famous seaside resort town, where travelers come to enjoy the freshest cebiches and tiraditos, a range of platters and seafood, traditional dishes, and even something for non-seafood fans.


For locals and visitors alike, El Mochica is synonymous with authentic flavor and superb seasoning. The secrets of its incredible dressings and spices, the art that goes into cooking its goat or duck to perfection, and the painstaking selection of every ingredient are all part of its tradition.

  • Squalo’s

  • El Caribe de Huanchaco

  • Mococho