South America Restaurants
This is one of the better restaurants in Rio - not only for the food, but also the 'scene' is almost always VERY good - especially on weekends. The street it's on is one of THE best in Leblon, which is in many respects THE best neighborhood in Rio. Highly recommend this place for dinner and drinks.Popular withFoodiesTrendstersNightlife
The Japanese have been leaving their mark on Peruvian culture since the first wave of immigrants landed in Callao at the end of the 19th century. Today, Japanese influence is especially prominent in the country's cuisine. There is an abundance of top-notch Japanese and sushi restaurants around Lima, and many of them specialize in a form of Peruvian fusion cuisine ...Popular withLocalBusinessFoodies
I wasn't expecting to have sushi in Peru but with a strong Japanese presence in Lima the option to try fusion Peruvian-Japanese sounded like a one time opportunity. This place is very expensive, but worth a splurge if you're into experimental cuisine. Ceviche and sashimi, exotic sushi rolls, and plates of marinated meats and vegetables are served tapas style. You ...
They have few restaurants in Rio. You have two options, pay for "eat as much you want" or "a la carte". I recommend the buffet (desert is include too), it's a bit expensive (but cheaper than many japanese restaurants in Rio), but you can eat so much and It's a good sushi, nothing extraordinary, but a good option in Rio. ...
Located on the corner of San Martin and Larco Streets in Lima Peru, Magma Sushi Lounge is considered to offer some of the best sushi in this surprisingly sushi-centric city. Combining aspects of traditional Japanese sushi making with Peruvian flavorings has created a majorly good thing at Magma. Famous for their specialty rolls, this is one beach-front sushi bar in ...
A nice swanky/Backpacker sushi restaurant in the heart of Chorro de Queveda. The place has lots of sushi to offer. Not the greatest sushi I have had (then again I don't really eat sushi) but it is definitely worth trying. The place has a very laid back atmosphere. You can sit on the floor or at table upstairs.Popular withVegetarianBackpackersBudget
Lima is not lacking in sushi restaurants, and there are probably another 5 or 6 within a couple blocks of this place, but it absolutely stands up to competition. This is a great lunch spot, and as it's off on a side street away from a lot of foot traffic, it tends not to get as crowded as some of ...Popular withBudgetFoodies