What they say:
After cooking up a storm in Carnaby Street, Señor Ceviche is bringing even more Peruvian goodness to Fitzrovia. They’re building on the menu of their original site, offering more South American tapas – such as slow-cooked short rib with pickled garlic anticucho sauce – as well as some twists on the original concept. They are also delivering a dedicated brunch menu, with options like sweet potato waffles with crispy lamb shoulder and huacatay salsa, and to wash it all down is some delicious bottomless pisco punch.
What we say:
Peruvian feels slightly under-loved in London with the other South American nations taking up all the culinary space. But Señor Ceviche is rectifying this oversight with a menu packed with tasty Peruvian tapas treats. There’s a twist on the original formula, adding in some Japan and China influenced dishes with the addition of yellowfin tuna with yuzu tiger’s milk, as well as a dedicated brunch menu for those early birds. Downstairs, there’s a bar that's all about pisco, be it as traditional sours, pisco infusion or in one of many creative cocktails.