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Peruvian Kitchen and Pisco Bar , 17, Frith Street, London, W1D 4RG

(((() South American
  •  - London
  •  - London
  •  - London
  •  - London
Main course: £8
Food spend: £22

Evoking the rich culinary heritage of the country's diverse regions, Ceviche is one of London's only Peruvian restaurants. Vibrant recipes, exciting pisco cocktails and a buzzing Peruvian welcome feature all day long.

The Ceviche menu fully reflects the diverse and little-known nature of Peruvian cuisine. Everything from Amazonian to Afro-Peruvian recipes feature, with bold flavours found in dishes like tiradito of thinly sliced salmon in Nikkei tiger’s milk, with satsumas, mirin, soy sauce and ají limo chilli. There are also simple classics at Ceviche restaurant, like the vegetarian Peruvian corn cake, and tender top rump skewers marinated in ají panca chilli.

As well as traditional Peruvian cuisine, the celebrated national drink of pisco is also a speciality at Ceviche Soho. Exciting pisco cocktails are mixed up with flair, and a predominantly South American wine list also features.

Capturing the true spirit of dining in Peru, Ceviche London sits in the heart of Soho, just 6 minutes’ walk from Leicester Square Tube Station.


Peruvian Kitchen and Pisco Bar , 17, Frith Street, London, W1D 4RG

Contact +44 2072922040

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Customer reviews for Ceviche

4.4 (((() (based on 9 reviews)
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  • child friendly (2)
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  • ((((* 8 May 2012 by Coolbita from London

    We went on a bank holiday at 1 pm - drink selection was excellent, quick service. The food was delicious, only wish there was a little more but we were satisfied at the end. Quirky toilets and there isnt enough space to hang up coats/umbrellas - which are quite common in the UK. Overall a great little place and would definitely go again.

  • ((((( 3 May 2012 by Countess from London

    Lunch. Fantastic very friendly service. The decor, even the loo was great. Speedy service if you wanted it and relaxing if you wanted to stay awhile. Which we did!

  • ((((* 30 April 2012 by secore from London

    We had lunch at 2 o'clock and the food was amazing, we got served very fast as well and enjoyed all the delicious food.

  • ((((( 30 April 2012 by bea from london

    Just go and try the octopus ceviche, delicious!

  • ((((( 30 April 2012 by louston from london

    went for Sunday lunch and it was pretty busy - falling under the bracket of buzzy, rather than chaotic - food and drinkies were both terrific tho it did come as a shock to be served bright purple and green food!

  • ((((* 9 April 2012 by Andy Borough from London

    The food was really tasty: loved the Don Ceviche, Lomo and Corazon. Service was very attentive, professional and friendly, although the restaurant was empty - hence might not get same standard if full. The portions were minuscule and overpriced. Spent [$] and only had 5 little tapas. Get tap water as a bottle of water is [$]!!

  • ((((( 30 March 2012 by Lulie Blue from London

    Had a wonderful lunch there yesterday. I was recommended Ceviche by a friend and I will recommend to anyone who listens to me! We had a wonderful waiter, super friendly yet very professional, [...]. Will be back again and again!

  • (((** 30 March 2012 by Mango from London

    Second time - first time was in opening week with 50% off all food. THAT was amazing! Second time was with 4 foodie friends for a saturday lunch. When we arrived at 1pm the restaurant was practically empty. By 2pm it was packed. Atmosphere is wonderful and service was good. However portion sizes are small and expensive. I felt it was not such good value for money, especially the starters, although the quality is excellent. Either up the portion sizes or cut the prices.

  • ((((( 20 March 2012 by Emma from London

    A great introduction to Peruvian cuisine and pisco cocktails. Fresh, colourful and delicious food in an intimate and friendly setting. Nicely proportioned plate sizes made food perfect for sharing and at reasonable prices too. Friendly and attentive staff were on hand to help with menu selections and ingredient questions. Definitely a place to return for pisco sours alone!

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