Senor Ceviche, Soho

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Senor Ceviche Interior Shots -7What…/ Having launched in 2014 after a successful run of pop-ups, Senor Ceviche has gained huge popularity for its fun and delicious take on Peruvian food and cocktails. Tell me more…/ Señor Ceviche was launched as a series of pop-ups by Harry Edmeades in 2012. Passionate about Peruvian food and culture, Harry spent time travelling across Peru, developing and refining the concept for his restaurant before finally taking the plunge. On the menu…/ With influences ranging from Spain to Japan, Señor Ceviche's menu showcases the diverse array flavours that Peruvian cuisine has become famous for.  Dishes are served in typical sharing style, with highlights including Quinoa croquettas, Chifa chicharrones (Slow cooked crispy pork belly with sweet soy sauce) and an array of barbecued dishes including Super pollo (Marinated & grilled chicken thigh with aji rocotto and piquillo pepper salsa) and Nikkei pulpo (Kombu grilled octopus with Nikkei chimichurri & sweet potato causa).  Don't forget the ceviche either, with fresh and zingy options including the Señor Ceviche (Sea bream and octopus ceviche with aji amarillo tiger's milk, sweet potato puree, avocado, coriander, red onion & crispy baby squid) and Mr MiyagI (Salmon tiradito with Nikkei tiger's milk, pomegranate, purple shiso & salmon scratchings). Keeping things lively are an extensive range of Peruvian cocktails, with Pisco served in every manner imaginable – from classic Sours to more creative concoctions. The Senor CevicheThe venue…/ Inspired by Barranco, a hip, bohemian district of Lima where Harry stayed, the interior combines vivid colours, reclaimed furniture and Peruvian street art, creating a lively and inviting space. We went and here's why you should go…/ Remember the fun and buzzy atmosphere you used to love when Tex-Mex restaurants were all the rage back in the day?  Now imagine that with seriously delicious food and great drinks and you're on to a winner! How much…/ Good value, with food at around £20-£25/head, beer for £4.50 and cocktails at £8.50. Where…/ 1st Floor, Kingly Court London, W1B 5PW
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