Fukai - Asian Food
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Fukai Asian Food Lounge
It stands out for its quality and sophistication in its preparations, as well as a novel aesthetic proposal that allows for a unique experience.
Conceived as a lounge, Fukai's proposal is based on premium fusion products, that is, Japanese food with Mediterranean and Chilean touches. This, in addition to the traditional Japanese preparations, in total adds about 40 varieties of rolls, as well as soups, salads, tereyaki skewers, Chinese dishes, Thai curries and tempura, among other preparations.
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