Easter Eats (Part 1) // Naruto

I hope you all had a great Easter break, whether it was Thursday – Sunday, like in Peru, or Friday – Monday, like in the UK!

4 days is a nice little mini holiday and I spent the majority of mine eating. No surprise there then.

One of the places we visited was Naruto. It’s this great little Japanese restaurant that serves a damn fine ramen soup.

We’ve been meaning to try this place for a while, and holidays are always a good excuse to go out to eat! I also knew we would probably be eating a lot over the weekend so we thought a good soup would do the trick.

The front of the restaurant is plain black with their logo and gives nothing away.

But inside is a whole other story.

naruto decor

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Quinoa Soup

It’s winter here, and the thing I seem to want most is warm comfort food. Pasta bakes, shepherds pie, toasted sandwiches…..you get the gist. Soups are amazing in this weather, because they heat you right up. Crema de Zapallo (squash soup) is one of my favourites, but I also love quinoa soup. Warming, full of flavour, and very, very good for you. It contains soft fluffy quinoa, a rainbow of vegetables, a little bit of chilli, and a good broth. This dish used to either warm us up at night on the Inca Trail or keep us going during the day. It is eaten a lot by Peruvians during the cold nights in the Andes. Continue reading