Arroz chaufa is a common Peruvian food, typical of chifa cooking and Peruvian cooking in general. It consists of a mix of fried rice with vegetables, usually including Chinese onions, eggs, and meat, quickly cooked at a high flame, often in a wok with soy sauce and oil. It is highly influenced by Chinese cuisine due to the influx of Chinese immigrants to Peru. One who is specialized in the art of making chaufa is known as a chaufero. There are reported to be 9,000 chifas in Lima alone.