In 2009, Jaime Renedo opened this new restaurant located, as the name says, next to his eatery Asiana.
This restaurant is similar to the former but with a simpler style, somewhat similar to a Japanese tavern, decorated with natural elements. As regards the cuisine, it is still based on the fusion of different Asian gastronomies. The restaurant offers dishes that hark back to Japanese-Peruvian tastes, with ceviches and tiraditos. The food is light, tasty and not at all heavy on the stomach. We recommend the kimuchi de zamburiñas (clams), mussels, ceviches and tiraditos. All meals are served on original ceramic crockery. The delicious taster menu amounts to just 35 euros. The waiters meet the customer's every need without being too pushy. The open plan kitchen gives diners something to watch as they wait for their meal. A pleasure for all the senses.
They also sell unique works of art and decor.