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London’s Best Ceviche Restaurants

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Fresh, vibrant, healthy and bursting with flavour, ceviche has become a firm favourite on the London food scene. Wondering where to get your Peruvian fix? We’ve hand-picked the top cevicherias in town, guaranteed to bring a bit hit of Latin American flavour to your weekend feasting….

Señor Ceviche

With interiors inspired by the bohemian and artistic streets of downtown Lima, and a punchy menu of Peruvian street food small plates, Señor Ceviche is one of our favourite ceviche spots in London, with locations both in Soho and Fitzrovia. Serving up a heady mix of raw seafood ceviche alongside Peruvian-style tapas plates including the likes of chargrilled chicken and patatas fritas, Cassava croquettes and Pachamanca pork ribs, Señor Ceviche guarantees a seriously good Peruvian spread. And Pisco sours? The punchy Nazca Heat, with 1615 Pisco, lemon juice, elderflower cordial, fresh aji amarillo and honey is mind-blowing.

Locations in Soho and Fitzrovia

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Ceviche

Since Ceviche opened up its doors in 2012, there’s been a flurry of Peruvian-inspired eateries paving the streets of London’s food scene. But Ceviche Soho – the original Peruvian hotspot – remains one of the most popular, with the Old Street location hot on its heels. Ceviche’s famed dish of citrus-cured fish spiked with chilli is a must, but there are plenty more ceviche creations to try. If you’re not a huge fish lover, there’s also a delicious range of chargrilled meat and fish skewers (anticuchos), crumbly corn cakes and other nibbles to choose from.

Locations in Soho and Old Street

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Chotto Matte

With a buzzing atmosphere and a delicious ceviche menu, Soho’s Chocco Matte is a must if you’re looking for a quick fix of Peruvian fare. The food is Nikkei, a Japanese-Peruvian fusion, and the flavours are nothing short of spectacular. The sharing menu features a variety of sushi, sashimi, ceviche, soups, salads, and grills which are perfect for sharing. The restaurant has a fun club-like atmosphere with dark interiors and edgy graffiti on the walls, whilst downstairs there’s a lively bar serving up Nikkei-inspired Pisco, Shochu, and Sake.

Chotto Matte, 11-13 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4RB

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Coya

Bringing the spirit of Latin America to the heart of Mayfair and the City is Coya’s Peruvian spread. The lengthy menu features all kinds of wondrous creations, but it’s the ceviche and Pisco sours that attract the food crowds to this swanky Mayfair hangout. The Pisco bar has 40 different types of tequila – pretty impressive – and fresh plates of ceviche are lovingly carved and sliced at the dedicated ceviche bar, ready for your delectation.

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, W1J 7NW and 31-33 Throgmorton Street, EC2N 2AT

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Andina

Ceviche’s little sister, this Peruvian hotspot boasts a fresh selection of superfood classics. Ceviche naturally features on the menu – the Sato ceviche is our favourite; cubes of sea bass come cured in tiger’s milk and served with goldenberry, avocado and sweet potato – with plenty of grilled meats and fish to make for a well-balanced, healthy feast fest.

1 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, E2 7DJ

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LIMA Floral

No need to fly to South American shores for a taste of Peruvian gastronomy; LIMA Floral offers piqueos (that's Peruvuan Tapas) – small tapas dishes with an ingredient list of native Amazonian vegetables that will make your head spin. It’s the first Peruvian restaurant in London to be given a Michelin star, so you know you’re in safe hands. A carnival of colours, the ceviche selection is exquisite – be sure to try the salmon tiradito and the hot ceviche of grilled sea bass, corn puree and yellow aji pepper – absolutely divine.

14 Garrick Street, Fitzrovia, WC2E 9BJ

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MNKY-HSE

Bringing a vibrant blend of London funk and Latin spirit to the heart of Mayfair, MNKY HSE is a one-stop party palace fusing contemporary Latin American food and swanky interiors with buzzing live music and DJ sets. The ceviche selection is to-die-for – be sure to try the salmon cured in beetroot and mezcal with red onion and vinegar; the yellow tail with orange, ginger, passion fruit and jicama; and the prawn ceviche tostada served with spicy sauce, guacamole and coriander. 

10 Dover St, Mayfair, W1S 4LQ

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Mommi

This late-night Latino hangout fuses the aromatic flavours of Japan with a heady mix of South American spice, and as a result, serves up some of the tastiest Peruvian platters in town. There’s a charcoal grill and sushi counter, preparing Japanese-Peruvian combos, with the ceviche selection taking centre stage. Look forward to plates of raw tuna tataki, grilled miso salmon and melt-in-the-mouth seabass artistically assembled on Japanese tableware.

44-48 Clapham High Street, Clapham, SW4 7UR

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Pachamama

Pachamama is the speciality dish at this trendy Peruvian hot spot, so expect succulent meats, potatoes and spices cooked in a hole in the ground, from the highland region of Peru. But the ceviche is also a noteworthy highlight. Kick off with a refreshing Mama's Pisco (pisco, fresh raspberry, mint, orange juice) and try the sea bass ceviche with radish and samphire or the pork ribs with fennel and hazlenuts.

18 Thayer Street, Marylebone, W1U 3JY

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Peyotito 

Adding a big hit of spicy Mexican flavour to the trendy spot of Notting Hill is Peyotito, where you can grab a selection of moreish Mexican sharing plates and some of the most delicious margaritas in town. And these aren’t just any margaritas, they come infused with fresh, fruity aromas – think chilli and passionfruit, watermelon and Piña Colada. Tuck into tuna tostadas, sumptuous ceviche plates of fresh scallops, seafood and octopus topped with spicy salsa, and crispy tacos topped with melt-in-the-mouth short rib with seasonal veg and grilled sea bream with pickled red onion.

31 Kensington Park Road, London, Notting Hill, W11 2EU

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UNI

Taking its name from the Japanese word for sea urchin, UNI’s intimate setting, nestled in the heart of Belgravia, is the place to go for a Peruvian food fix. There’s a bar upstairs serving creative cocktails and punchy Pisco sours, whilst the downstairs restaurant serves up an eclectic mix of sushi, sashimi, tiraditos, tacos, and melt-in-the-mouth ceviche.

UNI, 18a Ebury Street, Belgravia, SW1W 0LS

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