Señor Ceviche Fitzrovia | Peruvian Restaurant
Everything sounds better in Spanish.
For example, you probably wouldn’t go hang out at a restaurant called “Raw Fish Guy”.
But you probably would want to go to the three floor Peruvian eatery with a hidden underground pisco bar that makes up the brand new, second Señor Ceviche Fitzrovia…
Which is wise, considering that it boasts all the convivial charm of the original, with smart new interiors inspired by the colonial architecture of Lima, achieved with lazy overhead ceiling fans, leather booths and antique lighting, all planted firmly on Fitzrovia’s Charlotte Street.
They’ve taken a healthy portion of the menu with them, so you can still expect Nikkei and Chifa-influenced Peruvian classics like the Tiger’s milk ceviche and the pachamanca pork ribs; but they’ve also shaken things up with new additions like barbecued scallops served with pisco butter, and slow-cooked short rib with aji panca and pickled garlic anticucho sauce.
And that underground drinking den we mentioned earlier? It specialises in pisco cocktails, from sours to innovative sake-infused concoctions.
They’re leading the underground drinks movement.
NOTE: Señor Ceviche is now open daily from noon (12-4pm for Saturday’s free-flowing brunch). You can book a table online HERE.
Señor Ceviche | 18 Charlotte Street, W1T 2LZ
Looking for pre-dinner cocktails? Then head a few doors down to Bourne & Hollingsworth…