Nikkei: Peru meets Japan

Ang Huling Hugotero

Today I wasn’t able to gym because my Achilles tendon was feeling a little bit grumpy from a late night basketball session. So a little bit depressed that I didn’t get my endorphin fix I scooted on over to Rada street thinking I could get a bite at Wildflour. I then spied a new little restaurant right beside Wildflour called Nikkei and since I haven’t had any Japanese food all week I decided to give it a go.

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The place had a very nice urban atmosphere, with beautiful lighting fixtures overhanging the tables. When I sat down I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it was not a traditional Japanese restaurant at all but a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, with ceviches and sushi taking the forefront. I usually eat at the sushi bar in these instances, so I get to see how they prepared my food. The…

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