Hanzo Peruvian Japanese Cuisine
Hanzo Peruvian Japanese Cuisine is a new experience for your senses with the most select Nikkei food, in a combination of Japanese cuisine and typical Peruvian flavors.
Peruvian-Japanese fusion is not only a gastronomic experience, but also a cultural and ethnic one. Two of the richest cultures of the world unite at Hanzo, where the subtlety and elegance of Japanese cuisine joins the cultural and traditional richness of Peruvian gastronomy.
Hanzo was born in 2007 in Lima, Peru, where it has nowadays two restaurants. Another one is in Santiago, Chile, one here in Quito, Ecuador, and yet another one is about to open in Buenos Aires, Argentina, all proof of the success the restaurant has had in its short life.
Located on the 8th and 9th floors of the Mokai Building, you can enjoy peace and views of the city through its floor to ceiling windows. It is the ideal place for that important meeting or friend celebration, to do some business, invite that special person or to just contemplate the city while having a cocktail.
Paul Rivet N30-54 & José Ortón, Mokai Building, Penthouse, QuitoView Larger Map
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- Boys' Night Out
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