This is a great Japanese-Peruvian restaurant. Which means they do a lot of fusion cooking, so those expecting traditional Peruvian or Japanese will be disappointed. But for the most part, the flavor profiles work brilliantly! The gastronomic art of Peruvian chefs is the clever combination of flavors from the cultures to be found in that country, and Osaka does a great job of bringing it to Chile. We had the Aji amarillo ceviche, a fusion makiroll, and the anticucho Thai. All of which were great, especially the ceviche. I did not have their nigiri, so I am not sure how well they do classic cuts of fish. The wasabi was not very spicy. The cocktails were quite good. The dessert I felt was too sweet and was not very clever in construction, so I would pass on that next time. The service was impeccable and the ambience simple and elegant, but nothing overwhelming.Be aware that this is a fine dining restaurant in the W Hotel, so it is NOT CHEAP. But, it is on par with a dining experience in the US, about $120 for a couple including appetizer, two entrees, dessert, two beers, two cocktails, and two teas.
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