Featuring the acclaimed cuisine of chef Gastón Acurio and a menu exploring the authentic and diverse flavours of Peruvian gastronomy. This is his second Peruvian eatery in France (he has over 50 restaurants worldwide, including his flagship restaurant in Lima which has held a place on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list since 2011), and sister restaurant to Manko Paris - in partnership with Moma Group. Nestled in the narrow Rue de Tisserands - the space was previously home to Napoléon - a popular French restaurant.
Named after Manco Cápac, Son of the Inca Sun God - Manko's menu dives into traditional Peruvian seafood dishes, anchored by Acurio’s celebrated Peruvian cebiche. Additional fare includes a selection of sharable causas - potato dumplings; tiraditos - a Peruvian style of sashimi and anticucho - street food style dishes served alongside Peruvian classics cocktails infused with Pisco.