At ICHU, we celebrate Peruvian dishes in a welcoming, casual environment. Our intention is to showcase traditional ingredients and cooking techniques as well as Peru’s dining culture. We want guests to feel as though they have been to Peru and experienced local comfort food. I’m excited to take Hong Kong diners out of their comfort zone and offer them dishes they probably haven’t tasted before.
Members of our ICHU team worked alongside Virgilio Martinez in his award-winning Central restaurant in Lima
To capture the essence of Peruvian dining, we have created an informal, welcoming environment and a menu of small plates and sharing dishes. Peru’s no-fuss dining culture is all about casual settings, quality ingredients and shared experiences.
Award-winning designer Joyce Wang has drawn inspiration from Peru’s landscape and Martinez’s culinary style. Featuring richly textured materials and raw finishes to evoke Peru’s changing topography and dynamic ecosystem, the vibrant colours and inventive flourishes capture Martinez’s
progressive culinary style.
The dress code at ICHU is smart casual. No sportswear or flip flops are allowed. For gentlemen, no tank tops, casual shorts or open-toe shoes are allowed.