Where to Enjoy Peruvian Folkloric Music and Andean Dance
Update: Since our visit in 2014, Junius Restaurant is now Closed. We are working to research alternative options for this experience.
Lima is the culinary capital of the world, and there’s no better way to enjoy mouthwatering local Peruvian cuisine than taking in dinner with a show!
The Junius Restaurant at the El Pardo Doubletree by Hilton Hotel combines delicious cuisine with a spectacular, colorful, and live folklore show. The show features typical dance from every region in Peru, including the most impressive dances of the Peruvian Andes.
A fully interactive show which is lively, playful and upbeat, the most entertaining spectacle was Danza De Las Tijeras.
Recognized by UNESCO as intangible Cultural Heritage of Peru, it is a dance which is accompanied by a harp and violin whose dancers dance with two loose pieces of scissors in hand, making acrobatic movements whilst competing with each other.
It was a phenomenal way to spend our first evening in Peru!