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For the past eight months, La Marina de Casa de Campo has offered an exciting new culinary experience – Shibuya. This unique Nikkei cuisine restaurant beautifully blends Japanese and Peruvian influences. Fascinating, isn’t it?

Shibuya is situated in the Portofino Plaza, the central area of La Marina de Casa de Campo. This location makes it an ideal spot for patrons to appreciate the picturesque view of luxurious yachts docked nearby or relish the sea breeze while indulging in delicious food and drinks.

Although Shibuya opened its doors in La Marina on September 10, 2022, this is a trendy restaurant in the city of Santo Domingo, as it belongs to the SBG GROUP, which also manages the restaurants La Cassina, SBG, SBG Café and Shibuya Blue Mall.

This restaurant has an avant-garde style, combining open and fresh spaces, to offer its extensive proposal of meticulously decorated dishes, a very important element of Nikkei cuisine.

In this type of fusion food, a final result is presented using Japanese cutting techniques, and giving the dish an authentic style of neatness, cleanliness and gourmet sense.

Shibuya offers hot and cold dishes. In the cold bar area, there is a wide variety of nigiris, sashimis, tiraditos, ceviches, gunkan and rolls, with fresh cuts of domestic and imported fish. Hot dishes range from gyozas, soups, chahan, asopado, a variety of meats and grilled fish. They also offer a wide variety of cocktails and wines.

An aspect to highlight of this space is its architectural concept, which includes elements such as natural wood, digital art on the walls, vases allegorical to Asian culture and a curious sculpture by Korean artist Hur Shan, known as “The pagoda on the ball”.

Shibuya is a casual restaurant suitable for the whole family. It is open Monday through Thursday from 5:00 pm to 12:00 am. And on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 noon until 12:00 am.

This restaurant also offers delivery service for all of the Casa de Campo community. To request it you must write to the WhatsApp number 809-602-0773.