Handpicked by a Peru Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Nikkei Restaurants in Lima, Peru'.

Peru is renowned for its diverse and delicious cuisine, blending the flavors of indigenous ingredients with those brought from other countries. Nikkei cuisine is one of the most popular fusion cuisines in Lima, combining Japanese and Peruvian flavors to create mouthwatering dishes. If you are a fan of this unique culinary combination, here are some of the best Nikkei restaurants in Lima that you must try. 1. Maido - Maido is often ranked as one of the top restaurants in Latin America, and for good reason. This upscale restaurant offers a modern take on traditional Nikkei cuisine, with dishes that are as visually stunning as they are delicious. Be sure to try their signature tasting menu for a true culinary experience. 2. Osaka - With multiple locations throughout Lima, Osaka is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Their menu features a diverse selection of sushi, sashimi, and other Japanese dishes with a Peruvian twist. The ambiance at Osaka is trendy and sophisticated, making it a great spot for a special night out. 3. Cevicheria La Mar - While not strictly a Nikkei restaurant, Cevicheria La Mar is known for its innovative twists on traditional Peruvian ceviche, many of which are influenced by Japanese flavors. The restaurant's casual vibe and laid-back atmosphere make it a great place to enjoy fresh seafood dishes with a creative spin. 4. Níkko - Níkko is a hidden gem in Lima, offering a more intimate dining experience than some of the larger Nikkei restaurants in the city. Their menu features a mix of classic and contemporary Nikkei dishes, all expertly prepared and bursting with flavor. 5. Toshi - Toshi is a popular spot for locals looking to enjoy high-quality Nikkei cuisine without breaking the bank. Their extensive menu includes a wide variety of sushi rolls, ceviche, and grilled dishes, all made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Whether you are a seasoned foodie or just looking to explore the culinary delights of Peru, these top Nikkei restaurants in Lima are sure to impress. Be sure to make a reservation in advance, as these hotspots tend to fill up quickly!



Osaka The ancient Japanese flavors blend with the traditional Peruvian flavors creating an extraordinary cuisine. The Osaka Restaurant of San Isidro is a space where chefs are daring, where they go beyond what is established, where they risk merging to create. There you can experience new sensations, surprise your palate with exotic flavors that you might not know and once you discover them ...



Maido Life is movement. Nothing is static or absolute. No one is. We are in constant flow, as are the Earth, the tides, the bacteria, the light, the blood of our bodies, the color and the seed. Kitchens, like family trees, are constantly redefined, their identities enriched in an intense interculturality that is the basis of the history of every civilization, since men exchanged the first sound...


La Mar

La Mar With the best Peruvian style and originality in its space, the cebiche contains the best flavors of Peruvian cuisine. Seafood Highlighting the best ingredients of Peruvian marine cuisine, La Mar shares and conquers the palate of its customers with its specialty in cebiches with the mission of internationalizing and providing the best service and waste of flavors.   The origi...


Costanera 700

Costanera 700 Who has not heard of Costanera 700. This is one of the most representative restaurants in Lima, fusing Japanese ingredients with the recognized Creole food, creating a unique and unmistakable combination. Humberto Sato, created a menu with a range of dishes prepared based on fresh seafood, which blend perfectly flavors of the Far East and Peru that produce infinite pleasure to tho...



Central The Central team, with the Mater Initiative research center, make up a group of expeditionaries full of curiosity about Peru. In Central we are aware of the need to connect, and we humbly assume the great challenge of knowing and re-knowing this beautiful country full of unique inputs, landscapes, culture and traditions, stories but, above all, those who They live and narrate them. T...


Astrid y Gastón

Astrid y Gastón Their story begins in 1994: Gastón Acurio and Astrid Gutsche, newly arrived from studying cooking in Paris, founded the restaurant in a small house in Miraflores. At the beginning, very French, according to the world trend. Then, over the years, decidedly Peruvian; willing to revalue inputs and recipes, and with the clear objective of promoting our gastronomy in the world. ...


Isolina, Taberna peruana

Isolina, Taberna peruana House stews, generous chilcanos, firewood, Chabuca Granda, old funicular, beers, friends and conversations, last coffee, country ham, wine by the glass, day and night, tortillas and cheeses, vermouth, captain, bathtubs, cau cau / legs / kidneys, sharing, music, culture, Lima, Peru. Enjoy your night  Isolina is a tribute to the spirit and flavors of our belove...



Cosme COSME restaurant opened its doors in January 2015 in Lima-Perú. Its casual but elaborated menu, home made sodas together with the colourful restaurant design has made COSMEone of the favorites in the city. The restaurant´s name COSME evokes one of the first favelas in Lima, at Cerro San Cosme; where people still gather around with their friends and family to enjoy...


El Mercado

El Mercado The Market was born in 2010 as a result of curiosity for experiencing new formats for Peruvian cuisine but, above all, to deepen the relationship with its roots. The Market is a tribute to the cuisine of Peru. How denotes its name, establishes a permanent dialogue with its sources - the sea, the producers, the fishermen, farmers, etc.– establishing a link with them indissoluble of ...


Huaca Pucllana

Huaca Pucllana In the V century of our era, the habitants of the Valley of Lima began the construction of the Huaca Pucllana. Pucllana was, then, an important ceremonial and administrative center. Its greatness is reflected in the configuration of a monumental architecture, made in small adobe and forged on the basis of continuous additions and remodeling, made during the three centuries that i...

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