The land of the Incas serves up a generous range of unique ingredients, with plentiful Japanese, Spanish and Chinese influences due to immigration. The menu includes ceviches – specialities based on marinated raw fish – and tiraditos – finely sliced raw fish subtly seasoned at the time of serving. The culinary journey continues with anticuchos – meat or fish skewers – a popular version of Peruvian street food.

Every day on our blackboard, special cebiches and tiraditos with the best of what the sea offers every morning.

Exceptionally, your Yakumanka restaurant will be open on Valentine’s Day from 7pm to 9.30pm. Don’t forget to book your romantic dinner!