148 Lake Street South
Kirkland, WA 98033 [View Map]
Dining Style: Fine Dining
Cuisine: Peruvian, Fusion / Eclectic
Price: $31 to $50
Menu: View menu
Mixtura is the premier destination for new Andean cuisine in the Pacific Northwest.
Mixtura's warm, modern atmosphere and chef Emmanuel Piqueras' culinary talent is sure to be an unforgettable dining experience.
Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sunday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Monday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
|Happy Hour -
Tuesday - Sunday
4:00 pm 6:30 pm and
9:30 to Closing
“Our food is a fusion or mixture of flavors, and that’s why we called it Mixtura," says Chef Emmanuel Piqueras.
At this sophisticated dining spot just east of Seattle (located just steps from the shores of Lake Washington on Kirkland's Lake Street) (map), Peruvian-born chef Emmanuel Piqueras seduces diners with his engaging manner and flamboyant cooking that combines native Andean flavors and ingredients with contemporary flair.
Mixtura is a sumptuous and inviting space offset by clean modern lines to let Piqueras' cuisine take center stage. The restaurant seats about 100 people with an additional 15 in the bar area .
The menu at Mixtura is reflective of Chef Piqueras' passion for creating avant-garde cuisine. He has been at the forefront of novoandina cuisine, which is the fusion of modern techniques and presentation with the indigenous flavors and ingredients of Peru, where richly layered cultural history adds Asian and European influences to its dishes.
The menu changes with the seasons reflecting seasonal offerings and only the freshest seafood. A substantial tapas menu highlights different versions of cebiche -- including classic Peruvian and Japanese sashimi-style, accented with foams.
REVIEWS & AWARDS
At this stylish restaurant, chef Emmanuel Piqueras and crew create a magical mosaic of modern Peruvian cuisine that melds indigenous ingredients with artful technique. - Seattle Times Read More Reviews
Mixtura was voted among the 10 Sexiest Restaurants in and around Seattle by food writer and restaurant critic Providence Cicero.
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