We love London’s crop of Peruvian ceviche restaurants for their ability to cater to any size hunger at any time, whether solo or eating out with a bunch of buddies. You can simply pull up a stool, peruse the list of piscos and sip the night away while you soak up the Latin American atmosphere. That’s certainly an option at Señor Ceviche, a very fresh new face on the first floor of Soho’s Kingly Court, right between Kingly Street, Beak Street and Carnaby. We highly recommend checking them out, as you’d be silly to pass up on the opportunity to chow down on a selection of zesty-spicy-sweet ceviche and South American barbecue, should you manage to snag a table.
Be sure to try the exclusive brunch banquet every Saturday from 11am – 3pm. For only £39 per person, you can indulge in premium Peruvian food and drinks!
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Lovely food, caring service, great atmosphere. Highly recommend this restaurant.
Señor Ceviche brings the fun and flavour of Lima’s best ceviche restaurants to London’s Soho. We know that punters in this corner of our capital like it lively, and that’s what Peruvian cuisine is all about. Señor Ceviche promises the fruitiest limes, the most fiery Peruvian chillies, the sweetest red onions, and the freshest fish – and it delivers on these assurances in spades. Or rather, in plates: plate upon plate of eminently shareable Latin American cuisine. Besides our beloved ceviche, there’s plenty of Peruvian street food, traditional barbecued dishes, superfood salads and of course a carefully assembled list of inventive drinks and cocktails to wash it all down: the Ayahuasca (Bacardi Gold, peach liqueur, spicy pineapple, lime juice and ginger beer – that’s it, we promise) is one for the true heads.
Start your feast courtesy of Señor Ceviche’s para picar or nibbles, with the vegetarian crispy cassava and aji panca sour cream or the tamarind chilli wings. Our pick from the ceviche and tiradito selection would have to be the Mr Miyagi, showing cosmopolitan London diners how Japanese cuisine made its way over the Pacific to influence Peruvian traditions. This raw fish dish is a salmon tiradito soused in a Nikkei tiger’s milk with pomegranate, purple shiso and salmon scratchings. The smoky barbecued skewers of beef hearts with sweet potato mayonnaise, aji panca, bojita olives and mint will have you running red lights in a misguided reenactment of Pamplona’s bull run, so best to achieve balance with an vegetarian Andean superfood salad like the lofty quinoa soltero, mixing the famous grains in black and white with roasted veggies, avocado Japanese edamame (konnichiwa once more), choclo corn and crumbled cheese. You can find Señor Ceviche upstairs at Soho’s Kingly Court, bordered by Kingly, Beak, and Carnaby Streets. Be very sure you book.