With the rising popularity of exotic Peruvian flavors, creative chefs have incorporated them into every type of cuisine imaginable. The most successful combination, in my opinion, is Peruvian and Japanese flavors, and Osaka is the best place to see what all the fuss about.
Located in San Isidro, Osaka is a small house with cozy rooms. The service is attentive, and the food is delicious and innovative. The chef ads quinoa and ají sauces to the Japanese dishes and gives an Asian twist to Peruvian dishes like ceviche. This creativity extends to the drinks as well. Try an Osaka Sour—a riff on the traditional Pisco Sour—paired with a ceviche roll for the perfect fusion experience.