Pachamama is the latest addition to London's thriving Peruvian restaurant scene with its opening in Marylebone.
The combines Peruvian cooking styles and techniques with the best British ingredients, so expect dishes such as salmon with watercress, horseradish, beetroot with bleeding tiger's milk; whole Cornish lobster with a herbed butter sauce and truffled purple potato salad; and grilled Brussel sprouts with squash, heritage carrots, salsa criolla and shaved Berkswell. The open-kitchen also includes a Josper oven and Robata grill to keep flavours punchy and authentic.
The 16-seater cocktail bar mirrors the philosophy of the kitchen - Peruvian classics combined with British ingredients, home-infused Pisco with seasonal berries and herbs and a well-crafted list of South American wines and British bubbles.
Inspired by the imagined aesthetic of a faded colonial home, lived in by an eccentric Peruvian family, the interior includes furniture from British craftsmen as well as reclaimed antiques, with a colour palate drawing on the brighter pastels of Peruvian design.
18 Thayer Street
+44 (0)20 7935 9393