All things Seafood | Lucuma + Kaizen | The Lost Asian

I have been day dreaming about seafood ever since my other half has been committed to this four hour body lifestyle, and our meals have been hunks after hunks of convenient around-the-block meat places. 


Humahuaca 4101, Almargo, Buenos Aires 4861 2838.

This Peruvian chef cooks his heart out (other half thought: does that make him the Tin Man?), comes out sweaty with all smiles, asking if we are enjoying our dinner. The space is intimate, and clean- without the fancy expensive menu to go with it.  Fruit drinks are freezing cold and come in pitchers – just the way I like it. The food towers onto the table with fresh big seafood animals looking at us. I would of devour the whole tacu tacu dish if politeness wasn’t my first language.


causa done creamy and fresh

this ceviche madness

my favorite: tacu tacu

and this carmelized apple quinoa dessert


Guatemala 4665, Palermo, Buenos Aires 4831 5237

This 6 table intimate space in Palermo rolls out delicious Japanese – Peruvian food, all made by the chef himself. Well-priced, super fresh, and delicately delicious. Forewarn: there are of course some cream cheese selections- just ask for other options and the chef happily caters to your buds. Don’t forget to stray away from the Japanese side and dig into his Peruvian creations.

the chef

platter of sushi

mix ceviche

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