London's Best Ceviche

Fresh, vibrant and healthy, ceviche has become a stalwart dish on London’s ever changing food scene. Get your Peruvian fix at one of our top three cevicherias in town.



The first Peruvian restaurant in London awarded a Michelin Star, Lima are the worthy winners of our best ceviche in London edit. The sea bream ceviche is exceptional; the fish is cured in Tiger’s milk - a Peruvian citrus marinade that works to cures raw fish or seafood - and served with ají limo pepper, red onion and cancha corn. Bursting with flavour and vibrant colour, this dish tastes just as good as it looks.

  • 7/10 (£10)
  • 9/10
  • 8/10

31 Rathbone Pl, W1T 1JH
020 3002 2640




The new restaurant from Martin Morales - owner of Ceviche - Andina serves authentic Peruvian fare. The Sato ceviche is our favourite; cubes of sea bass come cured in tiger’s milk and served with goldenberry, avocado and sweet potato. Yum.

  • 8/10 (£8)
  • 8/10
  • 8/10

1 Redchurch St, E2 7DJ
020 7920 6499




Considered London’s first Peruvian restaurant, Ceviche has been at the helm of London's ceviche revolution since day one. Their signature dish is called Don Ceviche and is a fresh and fiery masterpiece comprised of thin seabass doused in amarillo chilli tiger’s milk, served with limo chilli, sweet potato and red onions. The tanginess of the tiger's milk is well-balanced and complemented beautifully by the chilli and sweet potato.

  • 8/10 (£8.50)
  • 7.5/10
  • 7.5/10

17 Frith St, W1D 4RG
020 7292 2040

Old Street
2 Baldwin St, EC1V 9NU
0203 327 9463



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