Lima is Peru’s capital, its commercial hub, its beating heart. More than a third of the country’s population lives in Lima, 11 million people whose appetites and ethnic diversity nourish an especially lively dining scene. Limeños like to eat, a fact evident on the street, where vendors sell the skewered and grilled meats called anticuchos and Andean corn on the cob, known as choclo, with its plump white kernels.

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