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TUCK IN: (above) Escolar Adobo Style, a deep-sea fish cooked in corn beer and chilli peppers, with crispy sweet potatoes and pickled pearl onions.
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TUCK IN: Jungle Meringue (above), a dessert made with smooth Tonka bean cream, tart araza meringue and seasonal Amazonian fruit.
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'Peruvian food is known among foodies, so my big challenge is to introduce the cuisine to regular folks, and to make it popular.' - Chef Schiaffino.

Peruvian high

Chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino makes his first foray out of Peru with restaurant ERU in Singapore, and promises to keep things authentic.
May 2, 2015 5:50 AM

MOVE over, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian cuisines. The next hottest item on the menu to entice the Singapore palate could well be from South America - Peru, to be exact. This comes courtesy of ERU, soon to open at The Patina, Capitol Singapore. The Peruvian restaurant will be headed by