The food in Peru is a mixture of different cultures for an example Osso Buco Stew (Italian influence), Tallarines Verdes (Italian influence), Arroz Chaufa (Chinese influence), Lomo Saltado (created by Chinese people in Peru), Olluquito (Andean tuber, indigenous), Tiradito de Pescado (some say the dish’s origin was created by the Japanese in Peru). It is said the ceviche is the national dish of Peru and it is made for special occasions. It depends on what you make, for example, with ceviche it might take a little longer if you put certain spices, vegetables. Breakfast is normally eaten between 7:00 am and 9:00 am, lunch between 12pm and 3pm, and dinner 8pm or later. I am really excited to try the ceviche over there because my family sometimes make is for parties. So I am thus wondering how different it tastes from the one my family make to the way Peruvian make it.