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Dishes from the robata grill such as Patagonian toothfish, saikyo miso, amazu pickle and sides of cauliflower, crispy potato bites and Brussels sprouts.
When two cultures collide…magic happens at Canberra’s Nikkei restaurant Inka on Bunda Street. Fusing Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, Inka is home to a functions mezzanine, sushi bar and restaurant, with South American accents woven throughout a moody décor of colourful pendent lighting, communal and intimate tables and a well-stocked bar. Nikkei was born when Japanese farmers migrated to Peru at the end of the 19th Century, combining their skill with local ingredients to create dishes like robata grilled Fremantle octopus, marinated in pepper spices and vinegar, or corn-fed chicken breast, yakitori glaze and Nikkei Verde, with sides of zucchini and crispy potato bites. For an indulgent finish, delve into rich desserts of chocolate fondant, miso caramel, chocolate soil and banana ice cream.
148 Bunda Street, Canberra CBD 2600 ACT - See Map
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