Although it has a small sushi bar, Osaka is much more than a Japanese restaurant. It also serves Peruvian standards such as cebiches and tiraditos, as well as Chinese dishes like wontons stuffed with grilled shrimp, and broiled scallops braised in a spicy sauce. Settle into one of the low tables and sink your teeth into Quinua Maguro (seared tuna medallions served with mashed lucuma fruit and crunchy quinoa), or grilled sirloin and sautéed mushrooms atop miso mashed
potatoes. The attentive service makes the meal that much more enjoyable.