2209 E Cesar Chaves, Austin, TX 78702
Pachamama's Peruvian Creole Cuisine serves traditional Peruvian food with a personal touch.
Peruvian Creole food is one of the most diverse cuisines in the world. Its base comes from the culinary practices of the indigenous people of Peru with influence from immigrants that came to Peru throughout its history (Spanish, African, French, Italian, Japanese, Palestinian, Chinese and Swedes).
"Good food comes when you put love into every dish you make."
Victor, a native of el Callao, culinary palette started developing at the early age of eight when he would help his grandma cook for the family and learned the principals of traditional Creole food. Victor would accompany his grandma to 'las paraditas,' (empty lots in the city where local merchants would sell their fresh produce and proteins); where he learned to pick the freshest products and barter. Throughout his life his passion for cooking grew and in addition to cooking traditional Peruvian food has also added his own touch and created his own signature dishes.
Wednesday - Friday
Sunday - 10am-2:30pm
Monday - Tuesday Closed
Come dine at Pachamama's in a Tuesday in October.
We will donate $1 for every Main Dish menu item bought and .50 cents for every lunch special bought on Tuesday.