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Online Reservations

Dear Customer,

Our restaurant only takes reservations made using our web page or email (reservas@maido.pe). Please take into account that reservations via web or email can only be made with a minimum time of 48 hours in advance.

If you would like to make a reservation with less than 48 hours in advance, or modify an existing reservation during the same day in which you are coming to Maido you can do it over the phone (4462512 / 4477554) during 09.00hrs until 18.00hrs.

We would also like to remind you that besides our A la carte service you can also take our Nikkei Experience. This experience consists of 15 courses and has a duration of two hours and thirty minutes approximately with a beverage pairing option. During lunch time you can start the experience until 14.00hrs and for dinner until 21.00hrs. We recommend to book in advance since we have limited number of experiences that we can serve for lunch and dinner.

We will get back to you during the next 48 hours.

Thank you very much for writting us.

We will reply as soon as possible.

Please note that your booking request is not yet confirmed.

We are managing reservation requests no more than three months in advance.

Our reservation center will be contacting you within 48 hours to determine our availability.

We appreciate your preference.

Your request has been sent, a confirmation will be sent to your mail .

We recommend to see the menu

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Dear Customers please note that online reservations can only be made 24 hours in advance at least, however, telephone reservations may be made even during the day requested.

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Nikkei Experience

Life is movement. Nothing is static or absolute. No one is. We are in a state of constant flux, just like the Earth, the tides, bacteria, light, the blood in our bodies, colors, seeds. Like family trees, cuisines are constantly being redefined, their identities enriched by an intense intercultural exchange which has formed the basis of all civilization ever since humans shared their first sounds, products, ideas, and customs. Fusion cuisine is just that: cooking, an inclusive word that perfectly encompasses it all. The fireplace is where bloodlines merge, where people come to sing, individual and group histories are forged, life gestates. The fireplace is where dialogue is fostered, the elements meet, opposites attract. Thus was born Peruvian Nikkei cuisine: from a complex history called Peru; and another, equally complex, far-off and foreign history called Japan that merged to live in harmony and create the third reality: Nikkei Cuisine.


Welcome to our world.