NAZKA PRIVATE DINING
Dear friends and guests,
Honestly, we cannot wait to welcome you back. However, even with the slightly relaxed rules regarding terraces, we have decided to keep our doors closed for now. We want to be certain our guests can enjoy our food without having to cope with the unpredictable spring weather.
So bear with us a little while longer..
Peruvian cuisine has gained worldwide recognition through its unique blend of Japanese, Chinese, Criollo and Andean food traditions, spiced with exotic flavors from Peru's vastly varied ecosystems, ranging from the Altiplano and the rugged Andes to the lush Amazon forest and the arid coast.
While Peruvian restaurants sprung up everywhere, The Netherlands and Amsterdam strangely enough were left out in the cold. We are happy to bring modern Peruvian gastronomy to Amsterdam, and judging by the reviews, our guests could not agree more.
NAZKA abides by all current COVID-related measures regarding reservations, distancing and hygiene. We also adapted our menu and slots. One thing that will not change however is the ambiance, the food and the drinks. Buen provecho!
sabor de la vida
NAZKA is the expression of our love for Peru, our pais natal and ancestral land. Our kitchen showcases both Peruvian classics and innovative dishes that build on Peru's heritage.
At the core of NAZKA lies the notion of Sabor de la Vida: The surge of joy when sharing delicious food and drinks with friends and family in a warm atmosphere. How life itself is celebrated through food latino-style...
Raul Lansink & Christian Motte
Having lived most of his life in the Netherlands, Peru was nevertheless an enduring presence in Raul's childhood years through the food traditions his mother preserved. Going on family visits to Lima meant sitting at extended family dinners where his grandmother would preside over an endless array of delicious Criollo dishes. Memories may fade, but the spicy smells from his abuelita's kitchen Raul would never forget.
After a distinguished career in advertising and consultancy, Raul decided it was time to reembrace his roots and launch the first fine dining Peruvian restaurant in Amsterdam.
As a boy, Christian would roam the streets of Chorillos in Lima and visit the local cevicheria or check a carretillero for a ceviche mixto or whatever was on offer that day. His love for food never left him and finally made him drop his business studies and join the Cordon Bleu school in Lima. Martin Morales took him on board, where he helped launch Andina London. Christian later became chef at Sr Ceviche in London, Inka Dubai and Alma in Geneva, along the way innovating his take on Peruvian cuisine.
NAZKA is his canvas where all his experience and ideas come together.