Located within the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Geneva, the restaurant Yakumanka offers modern Nikkei Peruvian cuisine inspired by the internationally famous chef Gastón Acurio that own the famous restaurant Astrid y Gastón in Lima.
The Yakumanka restaurant in Geneva offers a wide range of specialties of Peruvian cuisine, not only the so-called Nikkei with its Japanese influences, but also the one that draws inspiration from Chinese cuisine or Indian traditions. Ceviche, tiraditos, leche de tigre and lomo saltado are the backbone of a menu that navigates between signature dishes from Gaston Acurio and inspirations brought by the market and the seasons. On the drink menu, you can hesitate between the famous pisco sour cocktails or the fine wine list of the Mandarin Oriental cellar that contains bottles from good local wineries, famous names from Burgundy or Bordeaux and wines from South America.
Why do you want to go to the restaurant Yakumanka in Geneva? This restaurant offers a good opportunity to taste the variety of the Peruvian cuisine in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere in the center of Geneva. The advantage on its competitors is that this nice food goes with the service quality and the large wine offering of a five-star hotel.
Address: Restaurant Yakumanka, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Quai Turrettini 1, 1201 Geneva
Phone number: 022 909 00 00
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday