I don't know much about Peruvian food, but I do know that since it has a huge coastline, there is a lot of seafood consumption. This is what you'll find at Jimmy's, with the focus on seafood.
Another Peruvian influence is Japan. In the late 1800s Japanese went to Peru after hearing stories of gold and great farming. The gold turned out to be a lie, but the farming wasn't. Many ended up settling there and thus a small ethnic minority of Japanese were now in Peru.
To drink I ordered their Peruvian beverage, chicha morada. It's a juice blend made of purple corn, pineapple, apple, and lime juice. Very good, although on the sweet side. I like to water down my juices. For something different, give this a try. They also have some Peruvian sodas and agua frescas available.
|deep fried seafood platter|
It's not really in an area of town that I am often in, but I'll definitely go if I have a craving for Peruvian food.