NileGuide Expert Says:
For downtown sushi, this is one of the top picks, just steps from the Precolumbian art museum.
Compañía de Jesús 1073
NileGuide Expert tip:
Come in at dinnertime for the 30% off happy hour specials (on sushi). They make this some of the most affordable sushi in town.
De Los Reyes is unexpected food in an unexpected place. A very short distance from the Museo PreColumbino (the PreColumbian Art Museum), it serves up cheap and good Peruvian food and sushi at a good price.
The restaurant is Peruvian-owned, with two locations, the one listed here, and one just a couple of storefronts down. On occasion, when one is closed, the other will be open. The restaurant has wooden tables and a decidedly un-Japanese tendency to show soccer on a large screen, but the sushi is tasty, and they even have a futomaki with oshinko (pickled daikon) in it, which is hard to find in Chile.
There are happy hour (dinnertime) specials on the sushi, with discounts up to 50%. For a truly transcultural drinks/dinner/desert combo, start with a pisco sour, order up some rolls and end it with the Peruvian dessert, suspiro limeño, a very sweet cooked milk custard.