Toro Toro, an eight-time award-winning pan-Latin American restaurant, has launched the second volume of a new, exclusive concept, Mistura.
Mistura is described as an “imaginative blend of Peruvian-inspired dishes and a gastronomic representation of the Latin culture and its traditions”, according to a press statement issued by Alfardan Hospitality.
Chef Edgar Hurtado’s love for Peru’s culinary heritage started when he was a young boy often visiting his grandmother’s restaurant who would encourage him to experiment with flavours and ingredients. “You will sense the love and passion that goes into each dish curated by him in every bite,” the statement noted.
The second volume of Mistura, alongside the first, highlights the Peruvian favourites divided geographically between the jungle, the sea and the mountains. Entailing entrees such as Kanishka – which is inspired by the Andes mountains in Peru; using Salmon to represent the seas, authentic Peruvian ingredients and delicate Andean touches. Brisket Waffles are street food-inspired, riddled with strong influences of local ajies, while in Bandeja de Pato – tradition and modernity are combined in one bite from the north of Peru; Mistura’s acclaimed Duck Cazuela with a touch of orange gives an incredible balance of flavours.
Further, Chef Hurtado’s Asado de Tira – inspired by Amazonas, is a boundless combination of patacones from the jungle of Peru and 24 hours braised short rib in amazonico glaze. Lastly, there is Costilla de Cordero – a tribute to Nikkei food, using Asian products and Latin influences.
Chef Hurtado said, “I wanted to show to our guests that we have a beautiful cuisine that deserves to be celebrated around the world. We were surprised by the positive response after introducing the Mistura concept in December last year and it motivated me to create another set of innovative dishes.”
Toro Toro restaurant’s lively and family-friendly ambiance is ideal for couples, families and large groups, the statement added.
It is one of the three Sandoval restaurants in Qatar along with Zengo and Maya. The venue fuses traditional and contemporary tastes while maintaining a vibrant yet sophisticated atmosphere suitable for families, couples and large groups.
Located at the Marsa Malaz Kempinski, The Pearl-Doha, Toro Toro Mistura is available as an extension of the a la carte menu from Saturday to Thursday, 6pm to midnight and on Friday from 7pm to midnight.
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