Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar in Lake Nona

By Yasmene Warren

Are you looking to experience the bold and vibrant culture that comes with the country of Peru? Well, find your prayers answered as there’s a perfect spot in town to provide you with just that. It’s called Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar, and you won’t believe what tastes it has in store for hungry visitors like you. Let’s check it out!

What is Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar?

Located on Narcoossee Road in Nona Park is where you’ll find Orlando’s own Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar.

This restaurant opened in May of last year, and specializes in offering fresh and flavorful Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine in an elegant and sophisticated dining atmosphere. It prides itself in providing high-quality ingredients with tastes so mouthwateringly good they’ll leave you wanting more.

front of restaurant with green awning and lit up sign at night

Pisco brings a dining experience fit for every kind of diner. You want somewhere to enjoy an intimate meal in a mature setting? Go to Pisco! Looking for a place to enjoy a good drink in a lively environment? Pisco is available for the taking. Are you in need of a spot where you can eat and jam out to good music? Pisco has it all.

Craft your own dining vibe at Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar Sundays through Thursdays from noon to 10 p.m., noon to midnight on Fridays, and 10 a.m. to midnight on Saturdays.

What to Eat at Pisco

We hope you’re ready to try delicious Peruvian food with a unique Japanese twist, because Pisco brings a fusion of fares we’re certain you won’t find anywhere else in Orlando.

Much of Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar’s menu consists of dishes highlighting seafood. You can enjoy starters such as tequeños de king crab or plates of crispy rock shrimp bites. We tried the cheesy papas nativas and tequeños de king crab and were blown away by the blend of flavors.

cheesy papas nativas on a wooden plate
tequenos de king crab in a metal bowl with paper

Cheesy Papas Nativas (left) and Tequeños de King Crab (right)

There’s also a ceviche bar with white fish and octopus, as well as a sushi bar with tasty rolls and poke bowls. For some more options with larger portions, you can’t miss Pisco’s extravagant surf and turf menu with tastes of salmon tusan, ribeye anticuchero, and pescado frito.

If you’re not a fan of seafood (like myself), there’s a tasty rice and pasta section to choose from as well. We tried the raviolis al pesto, chaufa aeropuerto, and risotto del roro and savored every last bite of these delights.

green ravioli with pest
rice dish with shrimp and chicken

Raviolis al Pesto (left) and Chaufa Aeropuerto (right)

risotto del roro in a white dish

Risotto del Roro (8hrs braised short ribs, served with risotto a la Huancaina sauce)

Be sure to liven up the night by ordering a sweet cocktail like the Pisco lychee and a sugary dessert during your dining experience at this Peruvian paradise!

pink drink in a cocktail glass on a wooden table

Inside the Restaurant

Do you crave the exciting atmosphere that comes with a night out at the club but seek an environment with a classier feel — and you’re also hungry? Think of Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar as the embodiment of all three of those vibes.

As soon as you walk in, you’re welcomed by soft, warm lights and exquisite décor; from the plush loveseat nestled by the entrance to the intricate shelving home to a bevy of unique Peruvian trinkets and decorations.

big room with peru decor and people eating
loveseat booth with hanging colorful fixture

Get into the rhythm as the sounds of vibrant Latin tunes amplify the dining scene around you. Find the ceilings draped in long, colorful fixtures that liven the whole room and walls engraved with detailed patterns that make this place feel truly one of a kind.

You also can’t miss the giant, hand-painted bull waiting for you out front to welcome you to an extraordinary dining experience unlike any other.

inside restaurant with black bull decor item


Orlando is only a few steps closer to becoming a Latin American dining hub, especially when it continues to bring unique eateries such as Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar to the city. Pisco brings a dining experience that meets every mark when it comes to providing diners with something different (and oh so delicious!). See it for yourself next time you’re in the Lake Nona area — you won’t regret it!

Lake Nona

Let’s venture over to one of the fastest-growing regions in Orlando: Lake Nona. Although still undergoing a lot of development, Lake Nona is a vibrant, thriving part of the city that is home to a multitude of businesses and establishments. You’ve probably heard of staple areas like Boxi Park and the Lake Nona Sculpture Garden — both of which make for great photo ops. If Pisco Peruvian Gastrobar piqued your interest, be sure to try other delicious restaurants in the area such as HAVEN Kitchen at the Lake Nona Wave Hotel. Like what you see? Why not look for a home in the area? Our team would love to help!

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