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18 Best San Juan Restaurants (Where to Eat, By a Local)

You might think you know Peruvian and Japanese cuisines already. But SUR Barra Nikkei in Santurce promises to teach you a new side of each with its unique fusion menu. SUR Barra Nikkei boasts a relaxing and casual dining atmosphere, where you don’t have to worry about appearances or etiquette. Yet, the presentation and flavors of their plates are as good as a 3-star Michelin restaurant.

Photo by Vanessa Ramos, Travellemming.com
Photo by Jonathan Galindo for SUR Barra Nikkei

Where to experience Puerto Rico’s vibrant cultural scene in 2020

Thanks to budding local entrepreneurs, visionary chefs and artists uniting communities through collaborative spaces, Puerto Rico is evolving into one of the Caribbean’s most innovative destinations. The island’s growing cultural scene is proof: a culinary rebirth is taking place, as well as a revival of cultural heritage and a push for sustainable living.

SUR Barra Nikkei, una cocina en constante evolución impulsada por nuestro ecosistema marino local

Apostando a la sustentabilidad del ecosistema marino que nos rodea, SUR Barra Nikkei busca llevar a los comensales a través de una experiencia peruano-japonesa, utilizando la pesca local como fuente principal. El Chef Rafael Ubior presenta una nueva experiencia con una carta Nikkei revisada y sofisticada con sabores inusuales para el paladar del comensal local e internacional.

Photo by Jonathan Galindo for SUR Barra Nikkei
Photo by Teresa Canino Rivera, Elnuevodia.com

Sur Barra Nikkei: armoniosa fusión peruana-japonesa

Luego de vivir ocho meses en la ciudad de Lima (Perú), el matrimonio compuesto por la empresaria Angélica Marrero y el chef Rafael Ubior, regresó a Puerto Rico con el deseo de crear un concepto gastronómico que recogiera la frescura y la pasión de la cocina peruana.