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Limo, on the second level of a colonial building on the plaza, is Cusco’s center of Nikkei cuisine, the natural fusion of Peruvian and Japanese food more common on the coast. Limo's elegant decor makes for a unique dining experience, where white chairs and splashes of red paint play off the original high-beamed ceilings and stone walls. The menu bounces around from Peruvian-style maki rolls to tiraditos to stir-fried rice plates. There’s a list of original cocktails, including a few non-alcoholic options, which play with Japanese and Peruvian flavors.