Sazon Peruvian Cuisine

  Sazón is a family-owned and operated restaurant, inspired by the recipes of our great-grandmother, Maria Olinda.

  • Sazon Peruvian Cuisine Photo
  • Causa Santa Rosa Photo 2
  • Ceviche Clasico Photo 3
  • Ceviche Mango Photo 4
  • Ahi Ceviche Photo 5
  • Scallops Quinoa Photo 6
  • Lomo Saltado Photo 7
  • Sazon Peruvian Cuisine Photo
  • Causa Santa Rosa Photo 2
  • Ceviche Clasico Photo 3
  • Ceviche Mango Photo 4
  • Ahi Ceviche Photo 5
  • Scallops Quinoa Photo 6
  • Lomo Saltado Photo 7

Location

1129 Sebastopol Road
Santa Rosa CA, 95407

Contact

Local: 707-523-4346

Email: [email protected]

  • Description
  • Amenities
  • Reviews
  •   Sazón is a family-owned and operated restaurant, inspired by the recipes of our great-grandmother, Maria Olinda. Sazón Peruvian Cuisine fuses different stages from our country's history; ranging from the ancient Inca empire through the Spanish conquest, which brought slaves from Africa and China. Further influences came through Italian and Japanese – following World War 2 – immigrants, blending indigenous foods of Peru and cooking methods of four continents into a unique culinary experience. 

      Our great-grandmother has Peruvian, African, Spanish and Italian ancestry and in many ways truly embodied the indigenous, cultural, and culinary diversity that Peru has to offer. Our goal is to introduce our culture and cuisine to you and hopefully make Sazón your new local, favorite, family restaurant.

     Salud y buen provecho!

    • Bar & Restaurant Amenities:
      • Private dining area
      • Serve beer and/or wine
      • Serve dinner
      • Serve lunch
    • Cuisines:
      • Mexican / Latin American
      • Wine Country
    • Entree Price Range:
      • $ - Under $12
      • $$ - $13 to $25
      • $$$ - $26 to $50
    • Property Amenities:
      • Accessible
      • Family friendly
    • A bad experience

      Sazón has unfortunately disappointed me, I took my mother there, told her how great of a experience I had in the past. I raved about the food and the service.... But tonight I was proved wrong. My...

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    • The closest you'll get to Lima without getting on a plane

      I have had the chance to visit Peru twice and completely fell in love with the cuisine: from the homey classics like lomo saltado, to the fiery yet delicious ceviches all the way to the crazy...

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    • Our Night Out

      This is the second time we come here and the food is still the best for Peruvian Cuisine. The waitress was friendly and very knowledgeable of the specials that they had for the day. Everything on the...

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