Fodor's Expert Review Bojosan

$ Cusco Japanese

Just as Le Soleil next door makes you feel like you're in Paris, this place, under the same ownership, offers a bit of Japan in the Andes. A 40-year veteran Japanese udon chef was flown in from Paris to help the kitchen get the traditional process—two hours of hands-on work—down pat, and it was a success. Note that they serve only udon (beef, duck, chicken, curry, pork, or seaweed) plus authentic Japanese tea, beer, or sake to wash it down. It might not be enough if you're really hungry, but for a light bite it's an unexpected treat, especially on a chilly Cusco night.

Japanese Casual Lunch Dinner Quick Bite $

Quick Facts

Calle San Agustín 275
Cusco, Cusco  Peru


Known For:
  • Authentic udon
  • Japanese environment
  • Great way to warm up on a cold Cusco night
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Wed.

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