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Llama San

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Discover Nikkei cuisine at Llama San, the upscale West Village sibling of Brooklyn’s Llama Inn. The dishes reflect Japanese influence on Peruvian cuisine as seen in hamachi tiradito, wherein raw yellowtail is sliced and infused with uni, coconut and matcha. Cabbage with miso, nori, anchovy and furikake-seasoned quinoa is a complex, delicious way to get your vegetables. Another standout from chef Erik Ramirez is panko-breaded pork paired with green udon noodles. Reservations are recommended, even for barstools.

359 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10014
  646-490-4422


Cuisine
Japanese / Sushi
Peruvian
Miscellaneous
Notable Chef
Outdoor Seating
Reservations Accepted
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted
Price
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