Peru is obsessed with seafood, and Lima's La Mar is its most closely watched cevichería. Here, chef Diego Oka's tiradito of fillets of pejerrey (similar to smelt), in a broth with ají pepper and pisco. via Sandra Angelozzi
Chupe de camarones (shrimp cioppino) The chupe de camarones (shrimp cioppino) is one of the most popular dishes of Peruvian coastal cuisine. It is made from a thick freshwater shrimp (crayfish) stock soup, potatoes, and milk.