After a string of ever-so-successful pop ups across London, Señor Ceviche return to host a pop up bar and restaurant in Chelsea - welcoming amigos, old and new, to join them in their newly renovated Peruvian playhouse of fun, food and cocktails. Señor Ceviche finds inspiration in the colours, culture and carnival of Barranco, an area in Lima that is full to brim with interesting restaurants, cool cocktail bars and crazy crowds of revellers, culture lovers and pleasure seekers alike.

The deal at Señor Ceviche is as follows: much like the town from which it draws its inspiration, this new London pop-up will provide the restaurant and the cocktail bar - so long as you bring the crowds. With a capacity of 80, Señor Ceviche take bookings for groups of between four and twelve; whilst they claim not to have anything against dates as such, their reasoning is that they would rather have you on your best (and by best, they mean worst) behaviour. To quote directly: "we just know how much more fun and badly behaved you are when you're in a possie". Fine by us!

senor cheviche pop up chelsea

Fresh and flavourful, Peruvian is rapidly rivaling Mexican as the trendy food of choice.

Señor Ceviche has given its food and cocktail menus a bit of a revamp, and will be serving four courses for £25, and Mancora Surfboards for £25 - using only the freshest ingredients, of course. A glass of wine comes in at £6, a beer at £4 and a cocktail is priced between £7-9. 

Señor Ceviche is open between 7.30pm and 2.30am; from 10pm every week, guests will be joined by a live band and DJ to keep the bad behaviour flowing until 2.30am. Señor Ceviche arrives at Dukebox in Chelsea on Thursday 17th October and will return every Thursday night until the 19th December.