Peruvian chef Claudia Canessa has been delighting guests at the Kulm Hotel with her culinary creations for several years now. These impress with their mix of different cultures: traditional Inca recipes are combined with Spanish influences and Asian elements to create unforgettable flavour experiences.
This winter, Claudia Canessa is cooking in her own restaurant Amaru (formerly The K). The restaurant is named after the two-headed, mythical giant snake of the Incas. The changing menu features street food-inspired dishes from the Peruvian tradition. The flavours range from indulgent and mild to aromatic and spicy and will surprise you with Canessa's exceptional signature style, which she has perfected to perfection.
The newly designed interiors by British artist Luke Edward Hall provide the setting for an unforgettable dinner.
- Street food-inspired Peruvian cuisine
- Fabulous ceviche bar
- Plant-based dishes
- The special signature of Claudia Canessa
- Extensive Kulm wine list