Hidden below the hecticness of Marylebone lies Pachamama bar & kitchen. Joining the wave of Peruvian inspired hangouts, this place is where to come for your pisco and ceviche hit. It's all very cosy, with little alcoves, home furnishings such as pretty wooden shelving units, plants and candles. Oh, and a random life-sized black horse peering over a wall.
The bar, in true Peruvian style is heavy on the pisco and the menu changes seasonally. We loved the Rosa Del Inca (pisco infused with pink peppercorns and volcano coffee beans, vermouth, Campari and orange bitters) or keep it real with a Pisco Sour (Porton Pisco, lemon juice, sugar syrup, egg white and a dash of Angostura).
You don’t want to leave without trying their food either; it’s small Peruvian inspired dishes with a menu that’s divided into 5 different sections; Snacks, Land, Sea, Soil and Sweet. We wolfed down octopus anticuchos, chilled prawns in tiger milk and raw beef, piquillo peppers and yolk. Get involved with the puddings too, the aji truffles melt in the mouth.