1 La Mar

1 La Mar

The meeting point par excellence for those looking to share, explore, and taste. At his cebichería La Mar, Chef Gastón Acurio puts his culinary talent on full display, whether in his versions of the classics or in reinvented dishes with subtle nods to his influences and a healthy dash of mischief. With cebiches, whole fish cooked on the grill, and satisfying soups, the menu is as generous as the sea, where the catch of the day is complemented by sea urchins, conchas negras (black clams), and various types of oysters.


Describing his iconic restaurant, Chef Rafael Osterling says that El Mercado “strives to become a sublimation of the Peruvian cebichería, with bridges stretched out toward the four corners of the earth and references to other cuisines from around the world, such as gyozas, tacos, and curries.” At the same time, the establishment is a tribute to everyone who helps him serve up his most divine creations, starting with the farmers and fishermen.


Yaquir Sato, owner and chef of Costanera 700, continues the legacy of his father Humberto, an undisputed champion of Nikkei cuisine. Forged from a combination of cultures, traditions, and ingredients, the recipes are brought to life in cold dishes or steaming platters perfected through years of inspiration and experience. Yaquir has achieved a technical mastery that enables him to keep everything just right, suffusing and balancing flavors from the Far East and Peru with impeccable form, in perfect harmony.