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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.
On Saturday and Sunday brunch from 12 to 3, enjoy a more casual seating environment with a counter service for a mix of delicious and good for you foods and table service for drinks.
We look forward to serving you soon. Salud y buen provecho!
New York, NY 10010
Latin American, Peruvian, South American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner Monday - Thursday 5:00pm to 9:30pm Bar closes 10:30pm
Friday & Saturday 5:00pm to 10:30pm Bar closes 11:30pm
Saturday and Sunday Brunch and bar 11:30 am to 4:00 pm,
Closed Sunday evenings.
between 5th and 6th Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
1 train 23rd Street and 7th Avenue
F train 23rd Street and 6th Avenue
NJ Path train 23rd Street and 6th Avenue
6 train 23rd Street and Park Avenue South
Jaime A. Torres and Felipe Torres
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Raymi has event spaces that can accommodate from 35 to over 150 guests.
Please contact the restaurant for more details.
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NYC's premier Peruvian Restaurant. Featuring classic and modern style dishes and pisco bar.
Raymi Ratings and Reviews
The food here is delicious. Being Peruvian myself it's exciting to visit a restaurant that makes Peruvian food from a creative and modern perspective. The food here isn't traditional you won't find many of the menu items in a local mom and pop, however, the preparation and technical execution of the food elevates the already amazing cusine much higher. I look forward to visiting again.
We have dinner at Raymi every time we visit NY, at least twice a year, for the past 4 years. Although the quality of the food remains, the quantity shrinks year by year to the point of being ridiculous (4 small pieces for a Hamachi tiradito costing more than $25!). No wonder it's has dropped in popularity
The service was excellent. The waitstaff are very friendly and knowledgeable. The food, cocktails and wine selection are excellent. The only negative was the portion size of the scallops entre. However, the dish was delicious and the waitress did warn me about the portion size. This was my second time there. Will return and definitely recommend.
Had a great dinner here with my family. Would definitely recommend a Pisco Sour to start if you're into sweeter cocktails! We also enjoyed the classic ceviche and the chicharron sliders. To me, the star of the meal was the arroz con mariscos - a larger-than-expected-amount of seafood all cooked perfectly with delicious rice very similar to a paella but with more sauce. We also tried the arroz con leche, the bread pudding, and the donuts for dessert. I felt like the donuts left something to be desired but I can't say enough good things about that bread pudding. Service was excellent, ambiance was perfect - not too loud but not quiet or boring either, and overall a great experience. Would come again!
I started at the bar for happy hour and they have some pretty decent drinks but the sangria was weak - Tasted like colored water. But then I had about 4 other cocktails but the puck sour and Amante were my favorite. But what was a unique touch was the corn kernels they served as a bar snack....surprisingly good. Next I headed to the ceviche bar and dined there. It was visually entertaining to see him prepare dishes - it made me forget I was waiting for food. Marco was a hit at the ceviche bar; he took the time out to describe their dishes and the tastes that accompanies it. ...so friendly and great at preparing those authentic Peruvian dishes. When the food arrived it smelled delicious but my steak fell short of taste and was quite chewy...too much work to eat it. Instead I indulged in the octopus and my friends fish dish. So it's -almost time to go and yon arrival I asked them to do something special for my friends birthday - they came over and asked him if he wanted dessert he said no and they never came back to celebrate or honor the special occasion......A MAJOR BLOW. That was the reason we came out! I was over it at that point and left not too shortly after that EPIC FAIL. I will say they were very friendly but that doesn't make up for the lack of celebration on such a special day to me.
Great Food! I just returned from vacation in Peru and wanted to try a NYC Peruvian restaurant. Great choice of cerviches. We had 5 plates for 2 people. Portions were tapas size. We did not have drinks. Total bill was $150. Since the portions were small, it was expensive. However the food was really really good.
Our dinner on 5/12 was for our 1st Wedding Anniversary. My husband and I had our first date here 2 years ago in the summer. The food is always good and never had a bad experience. It was nice to be seated earlier than our reserved time. We got a corner table too! The attendants were always present, our water glasses were always full. We ordered the Chicarrones Sliders, Salmon, Steak, Bread Pudding and Picarones - everything was so good!
I decided to try this place out for my hubby's birthday since he loves Peruvian food, this restaurant has a pisco bar, and we LOVE pisco sours. The restaurant was nice, we were immediately seated for our 7:45 reservation. The pisco sours were delicious. The menu looked good and I was hoping the food would be as good as the drinks. I ordered the papa a la huancaina and the anticuchos, even though I was told (while ordering) that the anticuchos were not cow hearts. Boy, did that make a difference, the flavor was ok but it wasn't an anticucho. The papa a la huancaina was not good either. The flavor was off I have NEVER eaten this dish where the potatoes were served OVER the sauce. The pepper sauce I requested took forever to reach us and it wasn't spicy. My husband ordered the individual jalea and it was SALTY. My hubby told the server and they shortly replaced that dish with an octopus dish (on the house) which was ok. As a Peruvian, I was disappointed because I would rather a flavorful Peruvian meal over a jazzed up presentation. I called our server over, cancelled the birthday dessert, and requested the check. If you love flavorful and authentic Peruvian food, this is not the place to go. I really wanted to like this place but it just didn't work for us.
Vibrant restaurant, spacious bar. The ceviche is outstanding for an appetizer. Had the whole fish (Orata) for our entrée which was good but not great. Good wine list, mostly Spanish. Very pleasant and helpful servers. Appetizers came out quick, dinner a little slow. Overall good experience and I would return.
This restaurant is nice in terms of environment; however, the value is VERY low. The sharing plates are miniscule i n relation to the prices. The fact that we were all starving after ordering "entrees" (that come with absolutely no sides/veggies, etc) at NYC entree prices (which always come with more than 4 small scallops on a plate or a 3 inch piece of dry salmon on another sad plate) is unacceptable. We were told that the scallops were meant to be a sharing plate. How can a plate of 4 tiny scallops be SHARED??!! Maybe by 2 birds. I would not return. Nice place and service is warm but not worth it with SO many other amazing options.
Fantastic experience. Plate-licking good, the dishes were outstanding!! We had 2 ceviches, the one we'd recommend is the classic one. The octopus salad was very good but the corn cake was soooo good. We didn't want to eat it because we wanted more of it. Lomo saltado perfection and finished with a quinoa brownie dessert that was delectable. Unforgettable dinner!
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