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sbaustin wrote:In Miraflowers on Colon and San Martin is Maido, great sushi and nice wine selection but not cheap.
kristidnyc wrote:I'm dying to have some good sushi, but wouldn't even know where to start looking. I'm guessing there HAS to be a good sushi place here, given there are some many Peruvians of Japanese descent. However, in my experience Peruvians aren't very successful in making "foreign foods", like Pizza, Falafel, etc. I wouldn't want to pay S./40 for bad sushi... Please help!
Peace2009 wrote:Near the U.S embassy, there is a very good sushi place, albeit expensive... It is next to some Scotiabank ATM machines.
el conquistador wrote:
I think this is a big gap in the market and an excellent business opportunity. AN AFFORDABLE SUSHI RESTAURANT.
Products used to make Sushi aren't expensive so why does Sushi have to be expensive. It's not difficult to prepare either and the products can be bought at any market or supermarket.