Ceviche Soho’s atmosphere is electric at night and bright during the day. Sit at a table in the main restaurant area and check out artwork by Lima’s hottest artists. Or sit at our Ceviche Bar where you can watch the theatre of cooking as our chefs prepare the freshest ceviches and pisco sours all accompanies by the funkiest soundtrack this side of the equator.
Ceviche Soho’s culinary inspiration dates back to when Martin was 9 years old and lived in Lima. There he learnt to cook thanks to his great aunts Carmela and Otilia. Visiting the market at the weekends and preparing criolla Lima cuisine were the foundations for his love for Peruvian food. 25 years later this desire to open London’s first and best Peruvian restaurant led him to selling his house and creating the idea for Ceviche. Blending coastal traditional dishes rich in flavour and authenticity together with British ingredients and design wise, inspired by Bar Juanito, and the colourful bohemian neighbourhood of Barranco, Ceviche Soho was thus born.
‘This place is brilliant. The cooking is super confident, rare and interesting. I never really want to go anywhere else again’. Giles Coren, The Times