Gastón Acurio

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Gastón Acurio
Gastón Acurio realizó conversatorio en la ADP sobre la proyección externa de la gastronomía peruana.jpg
Born (1967-10-30) October 30, 1967 (age 55)
EducationLe Cordon Bleu, Paris
Culinary career
Cooking stylePeruvian
Current restaurant(s)
  • Astrid & Gastón, Café del Museo, T'anta, La Mar, Pasquale Hnos.
Television show(s)
  • Aventura Culinaria

Gastón Acurio Jaramillo (born October 30, 1967) is a Peruvian chef and ambassador of Peruvian cuisine. He owns several restaurants in various countries, and is the author of several books. In Peru, he is the host of a television program and contributes to culinary magazines.[1][2]

He started Pasquale Hnos., a Peruvian sangucheria or fast-food restaurant focused on Peruvian sandwiches; it did not fulfill his vision and he left the project.[3]

In 2018 he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.[4]


  1. ^ The World's 50 Best Restaurants reconocerá a Gastón Acurio por su trayectoria
  2. ^ Gastón Acurio: el chef peruano que ha conquistado el mundo
  3. ^ "Gastón le dijo adiós a Pasquale".
  4. ^ "World's best restaurant for 2018". CNN Travel. 2018-06-19. Retrieved 2018-11-18.

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