Good service, fresh ingredients but nothing really outstanding or memorable. For the price range a few other places to explore in Lima which might have something more to offer.
Some of the worst sushi places I've been to.. most of the choices contain something fried. Very little actual fresh fish. I sat at the sushi bar and saw all the rolls come out.. they contained twice as much rice as it should.. rice overload. Also, the appetizers are really salty. Way too much sauce is used, the flavor of... More
Back when sushi or Japanese food wasn't even popular in the US, Peruvians were already enjoying the great experience of well made sushi. Edo has captured the essence of traditional sushi and sashimi and taken it to the next level by adding some of the flavors of the vast and wonderful Peruvian cuisine, resulting in a unique experience with an... More
Fine, fine place. Service is ok but not outstanding. However food is just amazing. I have done a couple of Edo's in Lima but my absolute favorite remains Jockey Plaza as I found everything tastier than in the other Edo's.
We came here on the recommendation of our lodge owners, and it did not disappoint: hands-down the best sushi/mi I've ever had the pleasure of eating, and such a joyous experience after 11 months away from Japanese food. We just left it to the chefs and ordered a platter, as well as an unexpected stir-fry rice dish (how we ordered... More
If sushi is a frequent meal for you like me, I would definitely recommend you try the Peruvian version here. TripAdvisor reviews directed us to this place so we tried it out. We went early because we were warned that this place can get busy and that Peruvians put more concentration on lunch than dinner. There were at least 5... More
We ordered the package #1 that provided a good assortment from the menu. Good value compared to our usual Sydney prices, but it is in Lima afterall. The quality is good, but not amazing compared to the great Japanese rstaurants of other continents.
The quality of the ingredients is high and one can see the chefs preparing the food when entering the restaurant. We ordered tempura moriawase, shuriken, karami acevichado, tsuke maki and kari kari gunkan of octopus. Food was excellent though we would prefer less sauces, which tend to hide the taste of the fresh fish. We found the shuriken too sweet... More
If you like sushi with spices/sauces this is the place to be in Lima . It is also a hot spot where trendy Lima people get together for after work drinks and food. Go there and if you are not sure what to eat, sit at the sushi bar and leave it to one of the chefs. And when you... More
We had the dinner here in Oct 2012 after seeing so many great reviews from tripadvisor. We are from Asian countries and very familiar with Sushi and other Japanese food. We found out that the sushis served there are very uniques in terms of taste and presentation. The mix of Japanese and local Peruvian ingredients is the perfect combination. It's... More
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