What? The second branch of a Peruvian Success story. Señor Ceviche is the nickname of chef Harry Edmeades, a Brit who gained experience in the famous restaurant El Mercado in Lima. Specialty at El Mercado, and therefore at Señor Ceviche is – surprise! – ceviche. A dish consisting of raw fish that is marinated in a lime or lemon sauce. Chef Edmeades’ favorite ceviche – that is named Señor Ceviche ceviche on the menu – consists of seabass and octopus in a marinade of lime, sweet potato, avocade, coriander, red onion and crispy baby squid. But the best thing about ceviche is that it pairs surprisingly well with pisco sour, the national cocktail of Peru. And one of the most popular in London.
Looks? Although you can definitely get the exotic, nonchalant vibes of Latin America here, the interior design is above all very hip and contemporary. Marble tabletops, refined spherical lighting with gold detailing, chocolate brown leather and blue walls. A style you can definitely compare with that of Grind.
What else? Foodies consider Charlotte Street as one long culinary hotspot, with new restaurants opening here every few weeks. The whole neighborhood of Fitzrovia is stepping up. It is one of the most underrated areas in London’s city center.
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