Señor Ceviche

Señor Ceviche

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Señor Ceviche

Señor Ceviche, the lively Peruvian restaurant currently located in Carnaby, is set to launch a second site on Charlotte Street on 1 June, introducing several new dishes, a free-flowing brunch offering, and an underground pisco bar.

The menu will include distinctive national dishes such as ceviche, whilst also exploring the Japanese and Chinese influences on Peruvian cuisine, with a selection of Nikkei and Chifa specialities. Favourites from the Carnaby menu that will also be seen at Charlotte Street include the Chifa Chicharrones; Señor Ceviche; and Pachamanca Pork Ribs. Meanwhile, guests will also be able to sample new dishes such as Grilled scallops with pisco and aji amarillo butter; Nikkei ceviche with yellowfin tuna, sea bass, ponzu tiger’s milk and yuzu tobiko; and the Charlotte Street special of Slow-cooked short rib with Nikkei pickles, aji panca salsa, and chimichurri. 

Exclusive to Charlotte Street, the new weekend brunch offering will supplement the à la carte menu with dishes such as Sweet potato waffle with slow-cooked short rib, frijoles negros, fried duck egg and miso anticucho sauce and Corn bread French toast with burnt tomato salsa, avocado and yuzu truffle hollandaise. Furthermore, Señor’s Boozy Brunch Club will allow guests to enjoy free-flowing Pisco Punch, Pisco Maria, or Cusqueña for just £18 per person. 

Downstairs, an intimate bar will showcase the iconic Peruvian spirit of pisco, with the much-loved Pisco Sour sitting alongside options such as the Pisco Pear Gimlet and Peruvian Old Fashioned. Further creative cocktails will include the Nikkei Anise with plum sake, Johnnie Walker Black Label, anise syrup and lime, and the Peruvian Smokeshow with chili infused Mezcal, 1615 Pisco, Chambord, lime and purple corn syrup. 

The design of Señor Ceviche Charlotte Street has been overseen by Alessio Nardi of A-nrd Studio. The space will echo Lima’s grand colonial architecture, embracing the colourful, artistic and youthful character of the Barranco District of the city. Guests will be invited to enjoy a relaxed yet lively atmosphere throughout the versatile space, whether dining in the main restaurant, celebrating a special occasion on the mezzanine, watching the world go by from the terrace, or sipping punchy pisco cocktails in the basement bar. 

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