Pisco Sours are so popular in Peru that the drink has a national holiday dedicated to it and who are we to deny anyone its delights? Four of London’s top Peruvian restaurants are celebrating the grape liquor with Latin parties, cocktails and home infused brews…



As one of Mayfair’s most glamerous venues, Coya’s huge basement bar is offering a variety of Pisco infusions you could be going for hours. Made from Pisco 1615, choose from the many flavours like mango, pineapple, passionfruit, enjoy the live music until 2am and don’t forget to feast on its open ceviche counter.

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW




Chakana or ‘tree of life’ is the newest late night venue from Nick House and is designed to resemble an Incan temple. Vitally, the bar is stocked with the largest selections of artisanal Piscos in Europe. Cocktails include the Pisco Punch shaken with homemade spiced pineapple syrup and topped with Moet & Chandon Champagne. You’ll be sure to see Pisco Sour Day off with a bang!

23 Orchard Street, London, W1H 6HL



Chotto Matte

Combining Japanese and Peruvian cuisines, Soho Chotto Matte serves the best Nikkei cuisine in town. With cocktails and live music all night, try the traditional Macera do de pisco, made with corn infused pisco, lime, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura bitters.

11 Frith Street, London, W1D 4RB



LIMA London

London’s only Michelin-starred Peruvian restaurant will be offering ever diner a complementary Pisco Sour. Choose from the classic Peruvian Pisco Sour or a homemade flavoured Pisco in a kilner jar with an abundance of different infusions.

31 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JH




LIMA London's Pisco Sour Recipe


2 ounces Pisco Quebranta

1 ounce key lime juice

1 ounce sugar syrup

¼ white of a fresh egg

Angostura® bitters 



Place all ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice cubes. Shake vigorously for about 15 seconds.

Strain into a rocks glass of appropriate size.

To finish, place three drops of bitters in the center of the egg foam.


Tip: Key Lime juice and simple syrup can be adjusted to taste. Some prefer a more sour drink while others something sweeter.