This bustling Peruvian restaurant with Latin American sounds, a thriving bar serving pisco cocktails and a menu full of options perfect for sharing.
Unsurprisingly, given its name, ceviche is at the heart of the menu – and it's freshly made in front of you at the ceviche bar. Other menu highlights include quinoa salads and grilled meats.
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Venue Details & Map
17 Frith StreetSohoLondonW1D 4RD
- +44 020 7292 2040
This was one of my best experiences in dinning the food was fantastic but the service even better, what I would consider 5 stars. Rokas was our waiter, friendly, knowledgeable of the entire menu, made some lovely recommendation and attentive during the entire dinner experience. I will tell all my friends about it. He was excellent we will definitely be back.more
My favourite restaurant in London. So many flavours. Great fun to share as a group. Some say it's over priced, maybe...but I've been to standard prices places and not had as much fun as I've had here. I even bought the vinyl they sell.
Pisco sours are the new Caipirinha.more
I love Ceviche (both the food and the place).
It was nice to eat something light and fresh during my food marathon (I'm trying all the mac&cheese in town, my stomach needed some fresh fish).
Here you chose around 3 tapas each to share: skewers, ceviche (of course, that's the name of the place), buns, vegetables and cheesy puffs balls (a must have).
We were sitting at the bar and it was really...more
Deep fried porky wontons (which sound so authentically Peruvian) were yummy! That and the beef hearts were the highlights.
Corn cakes were sweet and tasty; steamed buns were good although the flavours could have stood out more.
The other dishes we ordered were also good but definitely not standouts in comparison. Their signature ceviche was slightly dull and didn't have the bright...more
I was in Soho for a hair appointment, and had half an hour to kill before. I walked up and down Frith Street, peeking through windows to see where I fancied a drink and this place just happened to catch my eye. It looked quiet and was relatively empty, and the bar looked extremely welcoming.
Upon entering, I was instantly greeted by a friendly host, whom I told I was just there for drinks....more