From the moment we arrived, Inari’s personality was perplexing. It’s intimate, small, and color schemed unlike most Japanese restaurants.
The Tostones (fried plantain trio), Tuna Lobster Guacamole Roll, and the Jalea roll were the protagonists of our dinner. Their flavor, texture, condiments, and mixtures were unique, and filling enough to share. The plate presentations were creative works of art. For our taste, it was too saucy, but that changes from me to you.
They brand a fusion between two globally renowned cuisines, Japanese and Peruvian, also known as Nikkei.
The closing moments were unexpected, they delivered a red velvet cake roll with green tea ice cream inside covered in Nutella: truly delicious.
- 1 Tuna Lobster Guacamole
- 1 Tostones Trio
- 1 Jalea Roll
- 1 Red Velvet Roll
- 2 wine glass
- Tostones Trio
- Wine and beer only
- Mall Parking Lot