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Practically the granddaddy of Peruvian cuisine in Barcelona (it opened in 1993 in the Vila Olímpica), Café Ninoska focuses its extensive menu on Peruvian Creole cuisine, with rich variety and flavours.
There is a set lunch menu, but you'll have to toss that aside in order to try the papas a la huancaína (potatoes with spicy cheese sauce), Peruvian 'tamales' (more like Mexican tortillas stuffed with chicken, eggs and spices and wrapped in banana leaves) or seafood fried rice. But don't worry, you'll have time to try it all, since Peruvian kitchens run an uninterrupted service during their opening hours.
Av. Icària, 131
|Transport:||Ciutadella Vila Olímpica (M:L4)|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 7am-9pm; Fri 7am-11pm; Sat 11am-midnight; Sun 11am-9pm.|