Kion Dining Lounge - Crouching tiger… hidden gem? Definitely. Kion’s South American-Japanese fusion will make your taste buds go wild and the stone-age restaurant meets modern-day lounge will surpass your expectations. Its retro, futuristic feel gives locals the edge to keep coming back—the effects are almost kinectic. Try the flirtini cocktail and you’ll know what I mean. Chef Miguel Aguilar never dissappoints with his array of peruvian infused sushi rolls and 10 different types of ceviches. However, you won't find all the typical Peruvian dishes like lomo saltado, aji de gallina, arroz con pollo, but you'll die for the seviches, causa, zapallitos, and incredible seco. Highly recommended: the ceviche sampler, salmon, sushi rolls and tuna entrees. If you're into themes, Wednesday is cultural night, Thursday is Brit Pop night and Saturday is hot for its “Drum ‘n’ Bass.” Great for birthday dinners, but just remember to reserve the “basement room,” as it provides your company a little more privacy. But be forewarned…don’t leave home without your credit card.