It wasn’t until I moved to the Bay Area that I started to develop this interest in trying out new and trendy restaurants. In Seattle, I stuck to my comforts. There were a handful of places that I had been frequenting for years and that I knew would be around for years more. In San Francisco, there’s a new restaurant popping up every week – each with its own unique flavor and fusion. [Kaiyō] caught my eye last fall as spot that merged Peruvian and Japanese cuisine. It had only been a few weeks old when Leslie and I went so we relied on our waiter to give us all the recommendations.
This place is great for sharing and trying a lot of little things. However, I will say admittedly, that we over ordered. By the time our Pork Belly arrived (in block form) we had tapped out. Next time advice for us? Order one less dish.