Fusion of the best from Japan and Peru in a Canary Island setting.
We are proposing a trip for you. The stops? Peru, Japan and the Canary Islands. How? Through the Nikkei cuisine of Peru.
The term Nikkei describes immigrants of Japanese origin and descent, in this case in Peru. This origin and the blend of their culinary traditions with those of this Andean country have given rise to this type of cuisine, which has become a culinary trend across the world.
San Hô offers Nikkei cuisine with Canarian products.
This restaurant is led by chef Adrián Bosch (Best Chef in the Canary Islands 2012 and finalist for the prestigious Best Chef in Spain 2016), chef Eduardo Domínguez (Best Chef in the Canary Islands 2016) and Vicente Chau Tsang, in charge of the dining area.
Need a preview? You can’t leave without trying the Japanese maki and nigiri, the lomo saltado or the Peruvian ceviche with tiger milk and smoked sweet potato. It’s as delicious as it sounds.
Tel. 0034 922 757 900 – Ext. 3012 or 0034 682 42 97 80 (WhatsApp)
Dinner from Thursday to Monday from 18.30 to 21.30.
Bookings must be made in advance.
Minimum age to enter the restaurant is 16 years.
Gentlemen must wear long trousers and closed-toe shoes.
Trip Advisor Traveller's Choice 2021
“San Hô is a restaurant to truly enjoy, where the flavour stands out above all. Ceviches, tiraditos, ají… but also potatoes, mojo sauces and Canary Island cheese. A curious mixture that works and is executed to perfection.”
This cuisine with a travelling spirit goes hand in hand with San Hô, the hotel’s Nikkei kitchen. From Japanese maki and nigiri to lomo saltado and Peruvian ceviche with tiger milk and smoked sweet potato, the San Hô menu takes the palate on a special journey.
The most exclusive Nikkei cuisine can be enjoyed in Tenerife, in the San Hô restaurant, located in the Royal Hideaway Corales Resort. San Hô features cuisine that fuses Japanese and Peruvian flavours through carefully chosen local products. The result is flawless and makes the most of the produce of Tenerife in order to make its menu an authentic voyage to three points of the planet: the Canary Islands, Japan and Peru.