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Cantonese cuisine came from China to Peru together with a wave of Chinese immigrants. Ever since the founding of the first Peruvian-Chinese restaurant—or chifa, as they are known locally—in the early 20th century, this cuisine has gained ground and conquered palates throughout Peru, with its personality and warmth making it a favorite among Peruvians and visitors alike. The unending mix of sweet and savory tastes, different textures, and the freshness and flavor contributed by Peruvian cuisine make this a unique culinary proposition, designed to be enjoyed and shared with a close group of friends and family. The KION experience is a journey through Chinese culture in Peru and the transformations…
Definitely our favorite meal while in Cusco. We chose the family style menu for 12 people, and couldn’t have been more pleased with the prompt service and plethora of options that kept coming. Cesar and his team were exceptional, and kept our glasses and bellies...More
This meal was amazing! Kion is a beautiful restaurant right off the main square. We split many dishes and drank some Sake. The value seems very good and the staff was amazing. Oliver our server was helpful and attentive.
We were tired of traditional Peruvian food and wanted something different. A couple of people recommended Kion, and we were not disappointed. The menu was diverse and interesting. We ordered a few different dishes to share. The duck, noodle and pork dishes were particularly tasty....More
My dad and I came here on the recommendation of several friends and were not disappointed. The food was delicious, and upscale version of peruvian chifa (peruvian-chinese fusion. The atmosphere was lovely and the staff took wonderful care of us. Our server Cesar was attentive,...More
We had lunch here on a Thursday. Easy to get in, and a beautiful restaurant. Edson was a great server and recommended two dishes that were tasty. They have a clever cocktail list and good Asian cuisine when you’re ready for a change from Peruvian...More
The food was alright. Ate lomein and some fried rice. Nothing spectacular, but it was fine. The service was however nonexistent. After ordering it was really difficult to get a hold of a server again. When we finally were able to get a server to...More
Kion is very well decorated and the service was outstanding. The food was okay. Despite dining early, they only had three of the many appetizers available. My husband enjoyed his ribs,costillas kintou, but my trout, chi jai yu, was small, breaded and fried pieces served...More
After a few concerns about having Chinese in the middle of Cusco I was pleasantly surprised. The food stands up to any other Chinese I’ve had in the bigger cities. Service was great and the food matched it. A special mention to Oliver Torres who...More