Discover Peruvian Cuisine

Experience the vibrant flavors and sophisticated ambiance of our Peruvian cuisine in London.

Experience the Fusion

Welcome to PeruAji, where every dish is a journey through the vibrant tapestry of Peruvian culture and culinary creativity. From the sizzle of our perfectly grilled Robatayaki skewers to the tantalizing aromas of our Chifa and Nikkei-inspired creations, each bite is a celebration of flavour, tradition, and innovation.

At PeruAji, we believe that food is more than just sustenance – it's a story waiting to be told. With every dish we prepare, we pay homage to the diverse culinary traditions that have shaped Peruvian cuisine over centuries. Our menu is a reflection of the cultural exchange and creativity that defines PeruAji, offering a tantalizing fusion of flavours from Peru, Japan, and China.

Whether you're sinking your teeth into our succulent anticuchos, savouring the delicate flavours of our Nikkei ceviche, or indulging in the comforting warmth of our Chifa-inspired stir-fries, each dish at PeruAji is a testament to our commitment to excellence and innovation.

Join us at PeruAji and embark on a culinary journey like no other. From our bustling street food stall to our catering services for events big and small, we invite you to experience the magic of flavour, tradition, and innovation at PeruAji. Prepare to tantalize your taste buds and awaken your senses – at PeruAji, every bite tells a story.

Cultural Identity

Chifa is a culinary tradition that emerged from the fusion of Chinese and Peruvian cuisines. The term "Chifa" itself is derived from the Mandarin word "chī fàn," which means "to eat rice" or "food." This unique culinary style developed in Peru as Chinese immigrants settled in the country, particularly during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Chifa cuisine combines elements of traditional Chinese cooking techniques, ingredients, and flavours with Peruvian ingredients and influences. The result is a fascinating blend of flavours, textures, and cooking styles that is distinctively Peruvian but with unmistakable Chinese undertones.

Nikkei cuisine is a culinary style that originated from the fusion of Japanese and Peruvian culinary traditions. The term "Nikkei" refers to the Japanese diaspora and their descendants who have settled in Peru, particularly during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Nikkei cuisine emerged as Japanese immigrants brought their culinary techniques, ingredients, and flavours to Peru, where they adapted them to local ingredients and influences.

Nikkei cuisine is characterized by its unique blend of Japanese and Peruvian ingredients, cooking methods, and flavours. It combines the precision and simplicity of Japanese cooking techniques with the bold and vibrant flavours of Peruvian cuisine, resulting in a culinary style that is both familiar and innovative.

Robatayaki, often shortened to Robata, is a traditional Japanese grilling technique that involves cooking food over hot charcoal on a large, open-flame grill called a robata. The word "robatayaki" translates to "fireside cooking" in Japanese, reflecting the rustic and communal nature of this culinary tradition.

Robatayaki is not just a cooking technique; it's also a social and cultural experience. In traditional Japanese Robata restaurants, diners sit around the grill, watching as the skilled chefs expertly prepare and grill each skewer to perfection. The atmosphere is lively and convivial, with diners enjoying the sights, sounds, and aromas of the grill while sharing food and conversation with friends and family.

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