Mistura is a popular Peruvian restaurant chain in Medellín that is an interesting fusion of Peruvian and Japanese food with very good ceviche, sushi and other seafood.
This is one of my favorite Peruvian restaurants in Medellín. I have eaten at this restaurant several times and the service and food has been very good.
Mistura has three restaurants in Medellín plus two additional restaurants located in Cartagena and Barranquilla. I have been to all three of this chain’s restaurants in Medellín plus the Mistura restaurant in Cartagena. And the food in my experience is consistently good at the restaurants in this chain.
The owners of the Mistura restaurant chain are Colombian partners. And Mistura has some very good ceviche plus good sushi and other good seafood dishes on the menu.
In my experience, the dishes at this restaurant chain are well-prepared and well-presented. Also, there are some creative dishes with unique flavors on the menu due to being a fusion restaurant.
Note the above photos are courtesy of Mistura.
The Food Menu
Mistura has a fairly large menu with many ceviche, sushi, seafood, rice and steak dishes on the menu.
Since this is a Peruvian restaurant, ceviche is a specialty. There are five different ceviche dishes on the menu that are priced from 33,900 to 46,900 pesos. Also, there are three Peruvian tiradito dishes priced from 23,900 to 37,900 pesos.
In addition, since this is a fusion restaurant with Japanese influences there are 20 different sushi dishes on the menu priced from 24,900 to 36,900 pesos.
Also, there are 12 different fish and seafood dishes on the menu, which are priced from 35,900 to 48,900 pesos. And there are six rice dishes that come with seafood for 39,900 to 46,900 pesos.
Furthermore, there are six steak options on the menu with prices ranging from 33,900 to 40,900 pesos.
Also, there are over 20 different appetizers on the menu priced from 15,900 to 55,900 pesos. I highly recommend the chef-recommended crispy taco appetizer.
In addition, there are two salads on the menu for 27,900 to 33,900 pesos. Finally, there are six desserts on the menu priced at 12,900 to 19,900 pesos.
The Drink Menu
Mistura has a fairly large drink menu. There are 11 different beers for 8,900 to 13,900 pesos. And there are over 50 wines on the menu priced from 83,900 to 287,500 pesos. Plus, there are four different wines available by the glass for 18,500 to 27,900 pesos.
In addition, there are over 15 different cocktails prices from 12,000 to 33,000 pesos. Also, there are several sangrias for 98,900 to 139,900 pesos per pitcher. And there are 12 different gin and tonics for 31,000 to 42,000 pesos.
In addition, there are over 30 liquors on the menu with prices from 56,900 to 388,900 pesos per bottle or 5,900 to 38,900 pesos per shot.
On the menu are many non-alcoholic drinks including sodas, teas, tonic water, waters and natural juices with prices from 4,900 to 19,900 pesos. Also, there are four coffee options for 4,900 to 6,900 pesos.
How to Get to Mistura
Mistura has three locations in Medellín listed below.
- El Poblado (Provenza) – Carrera 33 # 7-55
- El Poblado – San Lucas Plaza Mall, Calle 20 #27-55, Local 160
- Laureles – Carrera 39D # 74-62
In addition, you can take a taxi from the Poblado metro station to Mistura in Provenza, which will be about a minimum fare of 5,500 pesos.
Also, Mistura has two other restaurants located in Cartagena (Plaza Fernández Madrid in the walled city) and Barranquilla (Carrera 52 # 76-126).
Phone: +57 4 332 5142
Hours: Monday to Wednesday: Noon to 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm; Thursday to Saturday: Noon to 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm; Sunday and holidays: Noon to 5:00 pm.
Payment accepted: Credit and debit cards and cash.
The Best Seafood Restaurants in Medellín
On the Medellin Guru website we have looked at seven of the best seafood restaurants in Medellín and the Aburrá Valley:
- Donde Bupos – a popular seafood restaurant in El Poblado with excellent seafood.
- Rocoto – a popular Peruvian restaurant with very good ceviche and other seafood.
- Mistura – a popular chain of three Peruvian restaurants that are a fusion of Peruvian and Japanese food.
- El Barco – a hidden gem restaurant in Itagüí near Medellín with very good seafood.
- Kibuki – a chain of two Japanese – Peruvian restaurants with a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian food.
- Kuelap – a popular Peruvian restaurant in El Poblado good ceviche and other seafood.
- Lo Exquisito del Mar – a popular seafood restaurant in Medellín with good seafood.
Also, we included Mistura in our list of the best seafood restaurants in Medellín.
The Bottom Line: Mistura – A Popular Peruvian Restaurant Chain in Medellín
Mistura has some very good ceviche. And it’s an interesting fusion of Peruvian and Japanese food with some good seafood and sushi on the menu. So, it’s very popular in my experience. On the weekends this restaurant chain can get busy so we recommend reservations.
This is the second Peruvian restaurant we have looked at in Medellín. Medellín has some other good Peruvian restaurants and we plan to look at additional Peruvian restaurants in the city.
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