The atmosphere at Señor Ceviche is really lively, a fact we partially attributed to the fact that we arrived for the Pisco Power Hour (£5 cocktails!) There’s a lot of music and it’s got a really nice vibe, although it is quite loud (so maybe a place to go with your friends, instead of your folks). I had the Peruvian Pasion (gin, Campari, passoa, rhubarb syrup, lime juice, and egg white) while P had the San Isidro (El Jimador Blanco, raspberry puree, basil and lime juice).
Our waitress suggested six dishes between the two of us. We of course had to start with ceviche, so we opted for the eponymous Señor Ceviche (sea bream and octopus ceviche with sweet potato puree, avocado, coriander, and red onion) as well as the Spaniard (sea bream and king prawn with chorizo, plantain, and red onion).
Followed by the anticucho de res – grilled beef heart skewers with sweet potato mayonnaise, olives, and mint. I absolutely loved these – I also really liked the beef heart at Ceviche, as it’s so tender – but Priscilla really wasn’t a fan of these!
At that point, we were pretty full – but the table next to us got the flat iron steak with chimmichurri, which gave us food envy. I’m so glad we did end up getting it, because it was one of the best dishes we had!
We skipped dessert, as we were already pretty full, and the choices didn’t seem particularly exciting. Overall, Señor Ceviche was a great place for dinner with a lovely, vibrant atmosphere, and I’d definitely recommend it!(4.5 / 5)