Review on Pachamama
Peruvian restaurant Pachamama opened its doors in October 2014 on bustling Thayer Street in Marylebone. Featuring a restaurant and buzzy bar, it occupies a subterranean venue that is decked out in a colonial style, with an eclectic mix of wooden tables and chairs set on hacienda style tiled flooring. Exposed brick walls feature pretty mirrors and framed photos, shelves are lined with pots of plants and retro lampshades all ensure the place has a homely ambience.
The kitchen deals in Peruvian dishes reflecting the vibrant diversity of the country's cuisine, with a colourful visual presentation on the plates it sends out. Menus follow the seasons and ingredients are carefully sourced from trusted small British suppliers. Look for Cornish sea bass, samphire, radish and tiger's milk amongst the starters, followed by Somerset goat 'pachamanca' and mustard leaves or whole seabass 'frito', chimichurri. While desserts could encompass everything from Suspiro de Limeña, strawberry and sorrel to Torta de lúcuma, peach and meringue.
The bar serves a monthly changing Piscos menu and there's also well-crafted cocktails using British herbs and berries.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm Mon-Fri (11.00am - 4.00pm Sat & Sun Brunch)
Dinner: 6.00 - 10.30pm (11.00pm Sat & 9.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express