Awesome place. Food was very good. Service was top notch. Prices are not cheap for Peruvian standards, but worthy. Will definitely come back here.
We ordered a New Hanzo Roll and it came with a HAIR, we told to the waiter and they changed our plate. However no one came to apologize to us, even though it was a very NASTY experience. This restaurant is supposed to be of high quality and they have a very bad customer service and also a very doubtful... More
This is a great place to experience a unique Peruvian and Japanese food fusion. Theeu offer a variety of Japanese dishes that are merged with a Peruvian twist to create some unique sushi rolls and dishes. This cuisine is called nekkei and unique to this region due to the influence from Japanese immigrants in Peru. A delicious and exciting culinary... More
A friend that lives in Lima recommended this restaurant so we decided to give it a try, but it was the most awful experience we have ever had on a japanesse restaurant. The reservations service: It is only possible to make dinner reservations as late as 8:30pm. The gentleman answering the phone clearly stated that the reservation was only kept... More
We go there pretty often and usually have makis, every kind of rolls specially the "acevichado" roll and a main dish always with fish or duck. We have never been dissapointed with the service or food quality. We spend around 100 soles or USD 40 per person.
We went there with our older son, who loves japanese food. We tried the TNT makis, thai rice, fried chicken rolls and the hanzo rolls, we enjoyed everything, the makis were big and tasty and the rice was fantastic. The only thing we didn't like was the dessert, we ordered one white chocolate tart, it was awful, dry and unpleasant.... More
Often acclaimed as a good Peruvian-Japanese restaurant, yet overrated. There are several Japanese or Peruvian-Japanese restaurants that are far superior. Take Osaka or Toshiro’s just to name two. The Jasmine tea was from the bag (and a poor bag at that!), the tuna sashimi wasn’t all that fresh and the various rolls and soups are just OK. The service is... More
It's a Japanese - Peruvian resto in which fried food is the main chart of the menu. Maybe this is what I didn't like it... I really don't like fried fish, and almost all entrees were made with a fried ingredient. The vegetables and seafood meal, suggested by the waiter as a light option, came with fried fish!! It was... More
We were at noon to eat at Hanzo in Surco. We were very disappointed. the rice was much too overcooked, the ramen soup was made with kind of cheap small industrial chinese noodle and salty and the utmost was that we found a small plastic paper inside the soup. Here the pic. Too bad for this kind of restaurant in... More
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