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A TASTE OF Peru

Chef Virgilio Martinez has helped put Peru on the food map with Lima restaurant Central. He reveals his favourite places to dine, from the capital to Cusco and beyond

FOOD // SMART TRAVELLER

Peruvian food is undergoing a revolution — a rediscovery of homegrown products, mostly from the Andes. Chefs are amassing knowledge on the use of tubers and vegetable roots, along with ancient Andean grains and corn varieties. Ingredients and cooking techniques are migrating from the Andes to the coast, making a big impact in restaurants: a boon to small producers in the mountains, who now have many new routes to market.

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From ancient villages to stories from the locals, we uncover some of the Aegean Sea’s most gleaming pearls as we island-hop across the paradise idylls of Greece’s Cyclades. Elsewhere, we discover authentic Maori culture in New Zealand; wind our way along the Volga in Russia; and spend a long weekend in Tunis. Our urban highlights this issue include Istanbul, Lisbon, Mumbai and Bordeaux while our photo story introduces the freedivers of Jeju Island in South Korea.