I have visited Santiago every August for the past few years and always have dinner at Osaka each time. I am not a big fan of "nouveau" Japanese (I much prefer Matsuhisa over Nobu) but Osaka marries Peruvian, Japanese and international influences in a beautiful way. Ceviche is reinterpreted with things like shiso leaf, scallion, mango or red peppercorns. Carpassion is a salmon sashimi dressed with a passion fruit infused sauce and garnished with crisp phyllo. The duck confit is mouthwatering and the whitefish skewers topped with ginger and scallion are reminiscent of Chinese steamed fish. Portions are reasonable and good for eating family style. Come here if you enjoy raw fish, big flavors and savory meats. The front reception service is a bit cool but the waiters have always been great. Located in the W Hotel, you can finish a late dinner with a drink at the rooftop bar.
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