This restaurant offers an excellent variety of traditional Peruvian Creole seafood dishes along with delicious Japanese specialties such as sushi and ... More
This restaurant offers an excellent variety of traditional Peruvian Creole seafood dishes along with delicious Japanese specialties such as sushi and tempura. Both culinary traditions are fused together here along with the different flavors that originate from the Pacific Rim. The decor is oriental style, and the restaurant is always clean, with plants and subtle lighting augmenting the classy and pleasant atmosphere.
The food was incredable. We had an issue of not speaking spanish, but the waiter found us an english menu, and we were able to have a great dinner. We started of with civiche, then had the tuna sushi rolls, then octopus, and then had a beef tenerloan stir fry. All of the food was incredable. All that and the 4 beers we had with dinner totaled about $50 - Awesome value
I would say that Costanera is a great experience with fusion Japanese-Peruvian cuisine. Start with the Pisco sour-secos (dry with less sugar) and then go ahead to the menu.Try the Causa, the grilled octopus,
the tempura, scallops(conchitas) with cheese,the mussels,the calamares and the sea snails. Then go to the fish dish, Chita AL Sal with butter sauce...The menu is extensive and
it's alot of fun with a larger table...local wine Tacama is good..lots of Peruvian corporate diners here and groups of younger people who like good food and company. Most business occurs during to the day and it is adjacent to Francesco , also a superb lively Peruvian restaurant.My wife and I argue over which one to go to! Not a big problem!
Un buen descubrimiento
We went to La Mar for lunch, but the wait was 50 minutes, so they kindly referred us to Costanera 700.
This is a very good, quiet restaurnt and the service was �excelente!
I am working in Lima and have found many fabulous restaurants, most of which you will not find in travel guides.
This is one, with a quiet view, and quiet ambiance, and good fish.
La Mar (like T'anta) is obviously very good but also more nosiy and bustling.