Dalima gets València dancing to cumbia with its new dishes, its take away service and its appearance on the city’s events agenda. So many things they have to tell you! Now that summer is coming, Dalima is getting even more tropical. You know that, all year round, they wear colourful T-shirts, serve cebiches and toast with delicious piscos. However, in the hot months their ‘tiger’ roars louder, why is that?
Let’s start at the beginning: soon, Javier Calduch and Richi Goachet’s Lima tavern will celebrate its first year travelling from here to Lima. Time enough to prove that authentic Peru can live on the shores of the Mediterranean. Its gastronomy, so refreshing and lively, has made hundreds of people enjoy the cebiches -classic and from the port-, causas, fried food and sanguches. It will come as no surprise to anyone when we say that Peruvian cuisine is at its best. A few weeks ago, the restaurant Central (Lima) reached the top of the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2023, whose ceremony was held in Valencia. Something that confirms that the tropical jaleito is working very well, here and there.
New (and old) dishes
In the last few months, Dalima’s menu has changed a bit. This is because they have a lot of recipes in mind. For example, they have welcomed…
– Chicken chilli croquettes. Crunchy on the outside and with an interior that melts in your mouth. They combine the best of both worlds, Spanish gastronomic tradition and powerful Peruvian flavour.
– Or the bravas a la huancaína, which are only available for group menus.
The good stuff, as always, remains. Among the most popular dishes are the sanguche de chicharrón, which delights everyone who tries it, the octopus croquettes, the squid jelly or the nikkei tuna causa. To sweeten the palate a little? The tres leches.
Report by ‘24/7 Valencia’ team
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