Inspired by traditional Lima cuisine, the restaurant Pikeos, located on the second floor in the public area, serves up a great ají de gallina (shredded chicken with a typical sauce) and lomo saltado (beef and vegetables prepared in a wok). In the international terminal, you can have shellfish rice or ceviche at the Huashca Sushi Bar.
To end the culinary experience, you can find the best pisco sours at the Blériot Bar & Lounge, also located in the international terminal.
In the international terminal, the Duty Free stores offer discounts of up to 40% on fragrances, 30% on clothes, and 15% on piscos – on selected items. In addition, they sell exclusive new flavors of Baileys, like the Chocolat Luxe.
There’s a Renzo Costa store, a traditional Peruvian brand of leather items, in the public area of the airport. It offers discounts on luggage.
If you want to relax at the airport, Costa del Sol Wyndham Lima Airport has 192 rooms, a restaurant, bar, and spa that offers a 24-hour massage service.
Travel Zone, a store that sells travel accessories, toys, and jewelry with discounts of up to 50%, has locations in the domestic departures area and the public area.
At the Britt Shop you can try the traditional chocoteja, a chocolate sweet with dried fruit filling (buying four boxes, you get one free).
To relax before or after a long flight, go to the Express Massage, located on the second floor in the public area: a 30-minute massage costs USD 14.