Cocina Peruvia Is The Ultimate After-Work Peruvian Hang-out!



The Peruvian food movement in the Philippines has begun and Cocina Peruvia is right in front of the line.

If you want to expand your choices when it comes to comfort food, this is just the right place for you and your work BFFs.

Located in The Podium, Ortigas and Ayala Malls Vertis North, Quezon City, the seemingly unfamiliar cuisine from Peru has been made more accessible to all the food lovers out there who are not afraid to try something they haven’t tasted before. It is culturally segregated yet cohesive in terms of the mix of different flavors.

Ceviche Nikkei

This dish shows the diversity of Peruvian cuisine. With elements that you normally see from Japanese cuisines, like the fresh salmon, it was mixed with jackfish, coconut milk, and citrus juice.

Mixto Patacones

There are two types: one is topped with shrimp, avocado salsa, and sofrito sauce; while the other is paired with salmon, sofrito sauce, mayo mix, and cheese.

Pollo a la Brasa

This is not your regular roasted chicken dish as it is partnered with Aji green sauce, Chimichurri, Salsa creole, with Fried potatoes on the side.

Arroz Verde con Pollo

It’s a mix of rice, chicken, cilantro puree, and mixed vegetables.

Chorizo con Pasta

This dish is made up of linguine, topped with chorizo, black olives, garlic Pomodoro sauce, cilantro oil, and of course, parmesan cheese.

As they say, we always got room for desserts.

Galera de Chocolate

Chocolate lovers will enjoy this dark chocolate ganache with a twist as it is topped with blue crisp tortillas, and dried figs syrup.

Maize Panna Cotta

This sweet delicacy is filled with a perfect mix of corn, milk, whipped cream, honey corn flakes, dried berries, and mint leaves.

With the versatility of the Peruvian cuisine, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and indulge on the homey and chillaxing vibes of Cocina Peruvia.