Lima. Unlike previous years, Mistura 2016 fair will dedicate a space to millenary food and international gastronomy for nationals to taste it, Peruvian Society of Gastronomy (Apega) announced.
Chefs from ancient nations, Mexico and India among others, will participate in the international event taking place at Lima’s Costa Verde strip on September 2nd-11th.
According to Apega Chairman Bernardo Roca Rey, the fair would be an “excellent opportunity for Peruvian and foreign gastronomes to exchange culinary experiences.”
As is known, Mistura has been considered one of the world’s top gastronomic gatherings and the largest food festival in Peru and South America.
Over a ten day period, foodies will able to taste innovative dishes and drinks and learn how to cook them at live conferences by renowned chefs, who will showcase Peru’s flagship products.
Activities also include traditional moments and concerts by artists of different genres.
Such recognition is reflected on international articles published by Lonely Planet, Stuff and Time out London.
Published by Andina