One of the best Peruvian restaurants in Soho, Senor Ceviche serves up exactly what it says on the tin. Head to Kingly Court for a menu that includes para picar, frijoles negros and barbecue dishes matched with pisco sours and frozen cocktails.
Peruvian Restaurants in London
Love a little pisco? Fancy ceviche with your cassava fries? Scouting out the city's top places for para picar? Whether you're after authentic South American food in Mayfair or modern Nikkei cuisine in Shoreditch, our list of the best Peruvian restaurants in London has something for every occasion.
Fusing Peruvian and Japanese cuisine to bring a taste of Nikkei fusion to West London, Ayllu is the perfect plot for bottomless brunches, tasting menus and all sorts of tantalising ceviche. Think gorgeous dishes and canalside vibes.
Top of our list for Peruvian food in Clapham, Mommi celebrates Japanese and Latin culture. Think swish interiors, exotic cocktails and food in the form of sticky wings, pan-fried prawns, cassava fries and more. Don't miss the mini puddings which include a pisco-spiked jelly.
Not only does Monmouth Kitchen promise photogenic interiors, live DJs and an energetic atmosphere, but the West End restaurant also cooks up some of the finest Peruvian fusion food in London. Visit for date nights, casual evenings and everything inbetween.
Sister site to Fitzrovia's Lima, this Covent Garden hotspot brings diners a taste of the Andes via sweet potato cakes, beef tartare causa, and slow-braised pork belly with tiger's milk. Along with a la carte dining, you can expect weekend brunch and pre-theatre menus.
From lychee ceviche and salmon tiraditos to rocoto cauliflower wings and pollo picante, this Central London favourite is serving up fusion food for meat lovers and veggies alike. Pull up a pew at Chotto Matte for Instagrammable eats in sexy surroundings.
A King's Road staple, Chicama is a firm favourite of West Londoners, Made in Chelsea locals and just about anyone who knows good grub. We're talking seafood and artistic small plates from BBQ baby beets with corn and avocado tofu to crispy confit seabass and blackened octopus.
Proving that there really is an art to creating lip-smacking ceviche, this Soho institution cooks up authentic street food in a bright setting. Tuck into multiple versions of the namesake, as well as corn cake, pachamanca and desserts like chocolate chia brownies or pumpkin doughnuts with cinnamon ice cream.