Ceviche, a vibrant pisco bar in the heart of Soho, London, draws its inspiration from the bohemian Barranco neighbourhood of Lima. This area, historically a melting pot for poets, musicians, writers, and artists, is where Peru’s Communist Party was once headquartered. It was a place of dynamic social interactions, where creative deals were struck and artistic collaborations born. Ceviche brings this eclectic and spirited atmosphere to London, offering an authentic taste of Peruvian culture.
A Fusion of Food, Spirit, and Culture
At Ceviche, the ‘Chicha’ spirit is palpable in its approach to dining and hospitality. The bar and restaurant blend seamlessly into Soho’s cultural and creative milieu, offering a casual all-day dining experience. Patrons are invited to savour the essence of Peru through its diverse menu, which includes traditional Peruvian dishes and a range of drinks. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, Ceviche is not just a dining destination, but a place to experience the true spirit of Peru in the midst of London.