Founded in 2012 by Chef Martin Morales, a true pioneer in the realm of South American cuisine, Ceviche on Soho’s Frith Street is leading the Peruvian food explosion in London alongside its sister restaurant Andina in Shoreditch. Using an innovative concept where various styles of ceviche are made directly in front of guests, diners are able to observe each step of the process, as well as the high-quality ingredients used.
It’s probably quite obvious already, but Ceviche in London’s Soho specialises in, of course, ceviche. This traditional South American dish, made without the addition of heat, is made right in front of guests by talented chefs at the restaurant’s ceviche bar. Although the dish is often made using fish, the restaurant also offers an excellent wild mushroom ceviche for vegetarian diners. Featuring a number of gluten-free options and the finest healthy ingredients, it’s a great place to take a loved one with special dietary restrictions.
It’s not just ceviche that makes this Soho Peruvian restaurant so special. With an extensive menu featuring items like choclo corn cake with avocado and rocoto relleno vegetariano (stuffed rocoto pepper with wild mushrooms, garlic, thyme, cassava, white wine, and cream), guests aren’t limited when it comes to excellent choices. The beverage menu is phenomenal as well, with flavourful cocktails like the Morris martini (pumpkin-infused pisco, quinoa vodka and violet liqueur) and pisco punch making a trip to Ceviche worthwhile all on their own. Situated on Frith Street, Ceviche is easily accessible and just a quick walk from London’s Tottenham Court Road and Leicester Square. Dear diners, to view Ceviche Soho's range of gift cards and masterclasses, visit ceviche.giftvouchers.uk.com
Loved every dish that we ordered! Cocktails were super yummy!
The food was excellent and delicious. Great cocktails too. The atmosphere was just right for dinner with friends.
Always a great time here - last year I took my mum here for her birthday and all the family came along. Pisco cocktails amazing as ever. Only thing we don't like are the corn kernels!