Friday, May 29, 2015

Gucci Sushi

As the designated dad of the trip, I felt it was my duty to see off all my lovely kids and my beautiful wife as they all left in waves spanning from last night to this morning. As a result, I've been exhausted all day. Showering was a struggle. Packing was a struggle. Eating breakfast was a struggle. The biggest thing I was looking forward to by far today was our plans of eating at an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant that only cost 60 soles (~20 dollars). Eliott had caught a glimpse of it on our way to the nice buffet that we ate at for lunch yesterday (Quinn blogged about it below), and he and I were super excited about saying how ridiculously cheap it was.

We get to the restaurant, after checking the Trip Advisor reviews thoroughly as we learned after our Orisha's Cafe experience, and it looks incredibly promising. The barra libre (all-you-can-eat) menu had plenty of options; I don't think we even tried them all to be honest. Each roll is 28 soles, but the buffet per person is 60 soles, and between Adam, Profe, and myself, we cleaned up 10 rolls. So instead of paying 280 soles, we paid just 180, and left with our hearts and bellies content.

After lunch, we strolled around Larcomar, the beach side outdoor mall, again and drank some juice and ate dessert. All in all, it was a great way to spend our last day in Lima. 

Have a great summer, kids!



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