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London’s dining scene is constantly evolving, with new restaurants opening every month to compete with old favourites. I love the way I can travel the world without leaving home, courtesy of the culinary multiculturalism that thrives here in the capital. Pachamama, which opened in September, draws on the cuisine of Peru for inspiration, combining classic Peruvian flavours and techniques with British produce and a few modern European touches.The entirety of the restaurant is in a spacious basement setting, so there is no natural light, but an attractive and welcoming space has been created by combining modern...
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Let’s start from the important bits – the “background checks”. Pachamama opened last October and has received a few accolades already for its food – “dishes that reflect the spectrum of influences in Peruvian cuisine using the finest seasonal British produce”. Chef Adam Rawson has a very respectable CV with stints at both high end Viajante and quick and dirty Lucky Chip, and the prestigious W1 location also counts for something. London has been introduced to Peruvian food by a series of excellent venues (one above all – Lima) so my expectations were high about this new take on it. And indeed, Pachamama’s food is now...
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So for once we had a free Friday and I spontaneously booked Pachamama...I fancy something casual and light but with plenty of flavour.Since first trying them in Mallorca I've been a little bit addicted to Padron peppers. Now I know they're meant to be salty but I would have preferred a touch less salt, though they were cooked perfectly and I love the spicy kick...
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Continuing my quest to try all of the hottest Peruvian restaurants in London, Pachamama was next on my list. And in the spirit of planning ahead for London restaurants, I had booked a table in December for a February dinner with Claire & Matt and Angel & Gabi. In our more than a month waiting for the dinner, I kept staring at all the pictures people posted on Instagram and drooling in excited anticipation. If menu stalking were a crime, I’d be serving a life sentence in jail.
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It has been a while since I visited Pachamama, a Peruvian-inspired bar and restaurant in Marylebone, back in the early days when they first opened (2-ish years ago?)- it was not the most memorable experience, but I was convinced that things had improved since then. We booked in for a relaxing Sunday brunch and were seated at a nice table towards the back where natural light shone through from above.
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It has been a while since I visited Pachamama, a Peruvian-inspired bar and restaurant in Marylebone, back in the early days when they first opened (2-ish years ago?)- it was not the most memorable experience, but I was convinced that things had improved since then. We booked in for a relaxing Sunday brunch and were seated at a nice table towards the back where natural light shone through from above.The cocktail menu looked rather tempting, and the three of us ordered the Miraflores from the list of &Mama&s Cocktails&, a sweet...
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