the immigrant..

mixing things is cool! it may have some pretty interesting, tip-top results. when it comes to food it gets way better. “nikkei” cuisine is the lovin’ outcome of a fusion among Peruvian ingredients with Japanese techniques. Japanese immigrants to Peru are to “blame”. thanks a bunch you guys! “nikkei”(the immigrant in Japanese) the new hip restaurant in town, is a warm, fun place based on stone, Peruvian textiles and colors.

details

stones, Peruvian textiles & colors

bar detail

bar details

nikkei

“nikkei”

Japanese immigrants to Peru are to “blame”. thanks a bunch you guys!

start the right way, by tasting an aromatic sea bass ceviche with sweet potato and corn, then some tender scallops with shiitake mushrooms and garlic – mayonnaise aioli, some spicy aji amarillo chilies marinated chicken skewers(anticucho), some alternative bao buns with papada de iberico(pork iberico), some piquant kimchi(seasoned vegetables) marinated sea bass skewers and a finely textured, thin flap steak.

ceviche

sea bass ceviche

scallops

scallops w/ shiitake mushrooms

chicken

chicken anticucho

bao buns

bao buns w/ papada de iberico

sea bass skewers

kimchi marinated sea bass skewers

flap steak

flap steak

you meat fans, may also get lucky and try the ultimate “tomahawk” steak. really keeps the wow factor going!

chef

the chef Mr. Thanos Stasinos “sharpening” the tomahawk steak & rib eye

kitchen

kitchen stories

really keeps the wow factor going!

so go my friends, it’s all in the mix.

“nikkei” 3 Leventi street, Kolonaki, Athens, Greece, tel: +30 210 7239366

https://www.facebook.com/Nikkei-Peruvian-Resto-Bar-1208289729196512/

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