Sabor Peruano
Peru has finally come to Amsterdam


Van Ostadestraat 352-354
1073 TZ Amsterdam

Opening hours

Wed: 18:00h - 22.30h

Thu - Sat: 18:00h - 23.00h

Sundays: 13.00h - 19.00h

Mon & Tue: closed


We only take online reservations

Please note we only accept debit and credit cards. No cash

Public transport

Tram 4 takes you from Amsterdam CS or Amsterdam Amstel Station directly to NAZKA

There is a parking garage in the nearby Tolstraat



Peruvian cuisine

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.

With hi-end Peruvian restaurants popping up everywhere, Amsterdam strangely enough was left out in the cold. We are happy to fill the void and introduce NAZKA.




Sunday afternoon

Starting in October, we will open on Sunday afternoons for the best comfort food you can imagine!

In Peru, we just love the long and lazy Sunday lunches with friends and family. Gathering around long tables, we share delicious classics like eggs & beans, grilled chicken and duck with rice.

Expect us to recreate this laid-back latino atmosphere, leaving you utterly fulfilled after long hours in the company of the ones you love.

Every Sunday from October, between 0100pm and 0700pm

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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... Buen provecho!!



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.

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Design by Studio Odilo Girod and built by Gerben Schmidt