New York / Tri-State Area South American Restaurants

New York / Tri-State Area South American Restaurants
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Calle Ocho
Latin American | Upper West Side
225 reviews

More festive than a piñata stuffed with a mariachi band and twice as stylish, Calle Ocho’s lively crowd is amped up on Mojitos, Caipirinhas, Sangria and Spanish wine or beer and shows no sign of slowing down. Those not willing or able to holler over the salsa music retire to the two small lounge areas to commiserate. The bar area is a prelude to their Nuevo Latino cuisine in the dining room that will knock your taste buds for a loop. If you’re in need of a quick jump-start, Calle Ocho will get your motor running.

SUSHISAMBA NYC West Village
Japanese | Greenwich Village
118 reviews

Only at SUSHISAMBA will you find a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, music and design. Hearty moquecas and colorful seviches are served alongside more inventive dishes, including Tuna Tataki and Wagyu Gyoza. Complementing the menu are signature cocktails made with exotic spirits such as shochu and cachaça and an acclaimed sake list, as well as wine, beer and champagne. Equal parts imagination and history, the SUSHISAMBA experience is truly unique.

Raymi
Latin American | Chelsea
121 reviews

Welcome to Raymi, a modern Peruvian restaurant as dynamic as the country it celebrates. Raymi captures the multicultural spirit of Peru, blending the Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, and native influences that embody the country’s vibrant cuisine. The flavors are once familiar, adventurous, unexpected.





The Raymi experience revolves around a central Ceviche Bar, offering fresh seafood spiked with indigenous spices and ingredients. Add to that a Pisco Bar, pouring select labels alongside 30 house-infused varieties of the fiery liqueur.




We look forward to serving you soon. Salud y buen provecho!

Desnuda - Brooklyn
Seafood | Williamsburg
Reviews coming soon

Desnuda Cevicheria interprets a Latin American culinary staple for New York's palate, using traditional & innovative methods and ingredients to lightly cure fresh fish, infusing them with latin and japanese flavors. Our cocktail and spirits program highlights South American spirits such as pisco, cachaça, and agricole rhum with both traditional and modern cocktails designed to complement the food.

With careful attention to ingredients, atmosphere and service, we strive to bring our customers a uniquely enjoyable experience at Desnuda in the heart of Williamsburg.

Costanera Restaurant
Peruvian | Montclair
52 reviews

Costanera, Montclair's hip restaurant, offers authentic and bold Peruvian Cuisine in a warm, casual atmosphere. The restaurant's owner and executive chef, Juan Andres Placencia, creates dishes with only the freshest, high-quality ingredients prepared with refined, elevated cooking techniques. Located in the heart of Montclair, Costanera is open for lunch and dinner six days a week.

Surfish Bistro
Peruvian | Park Slope
53 reviews

Lima-born chef/owner Miguel Aguilar has assembled a menu of Peruvian favorites with an international twist. He’s been called a master of ceviche, taking cues from culinary traditions of Japan, Italy, Spain and China. He has won food network competition: Chopped, with the episode No Pales, No Problem.

Ñaño Ecuadorian Kitchen
Ecuadorian | Hell's Kitchen
10 reviews

Your premier Ecuadorian spot in New York City.

Guayoyo Restaurant
South American | East Village
6 reviews

Guayoyo, located on the corner of First Avenue and 4th Street, is a Venezuelan bistro owned by chefs Carmen Isturiz and Masanobu Ishikura. Although Guayoyo bases its roots in Venezuela, it is also influenced by different cultures and offers an inspired menu that reflects the diversity of the lower east side and Carmen and Ishi's home cooking. Guayoyo offers traditional Venezuelan specialties such as Pabellon Criollo and Arepas, alongside Duck Confit Rolls, Black Bean Mojo Burgers, and anything in between.

Mancora
Peruvian | East Village
17 reviews

Mancora Restaurant and Bar brings you to the heart of what was once the Inca Empire, with authentic Peruvian and Latin American cuisine and a warm, friendly, homey atmosphere.
Peruvian food has evolved over the years with influences brought in by immigrants from the world over, including Spain, China, Italy, Germany, Japan and Africa. Using the traditional staples from Peru and Spain, mainly corn, potatoes, chili peppers, rice, wheat, seafood and meats, Mancora Chef Enrique Peraldo skews classics toward the mainstream, presenting unique and tasteful culinary offerings now becoming quite popular to the American palate. Among the most popular is "ceviche" - a dish of seafood marinated in citrus. Mancora welcomes you to Peru at its best in the East Village.

Tumi International Restaurant
Peruvian | Elizabeth
1 review

Tumi Restaurant serves culinary Peruvian cuisine; which is famous around the world for its bounty of Pacific seafood. The confluence of native Inkan, Japanese and even Chinese influence makes for a remarkable and delicious unity.

We welcome you to enjoy our fresh seafood dishes and other Peruvian specialties such as Lomo Saltado and Ceviche. Our restaurant offers wonderfully prepared food in a friendly and casual atmosphere.

a casa fox
Latin American | Lower East Side
28 reviews

a casa fox specializes in authentic Latin American cuisine inspired by Chef Melissa Fox's Nicaraguan mother. The food is served in a rustic setting in Manhattan's trendy Lower East Side with a crackling fire place and decorated throughout with family keepsakes.

Dishes range from tapas-style starters - empanadas and beef chimichurri skewers - as well as larger main dishes like braised short ribs with rice, beans and fried plantain chips.

Ask for a box of empanadas to go, store them in the freezer, then re-heat them for your next house party. Or ask us to cater your next special event, either at your place or at a casa fox, where we can accommodate up to 45 for dinner or 60 for cocktails.