SOUTH AMER­I­CAN FOOD EX­PE­RI­ENCES

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Escape - - YOUR VIEW -

Mel­bourne chef Char­lie Car­ring­ton vis­ited South Amer­ica with LATAM Air­lines to help de­vise a Brazil­ian menu at his South Yarra restau­rant, At­las. His favourite food ex­pe­ri­ences in­clude:

FINE DIN­ING

PERU Head to Chicha in Cusco for re­gional fine din­ing. Savour al­paca carpac­cio and guinea pig served Pek­ing style (Chi­nese in­spi­ra­tion known as Chifa).

LO­CAL TIP

CHILE Chilean Aji­aco is a break­fast soup of beef and pota­toes in vegetable broth with an egg stirred through – an all-time fave with lo­cals found at early-morn­ing San­ti­ago mar­kets.

MAR­KETS

BRAZIL Sao Joaquim mar­ket in Sal­vador is the place for a quick, tasty bite, fresh in­gre­di­ents and cute hand­made sou­venirs. You could spend the whole day there savour­ing di­verse flavours.

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