Peruvian-inspired Chelsea restaurant Chicama, the sister site of Pachamama in Marylebone, will share its secrets to creating the perfect ceviche in their series of masterclasses this spring.
Chicama’s next upcoming masterclass will take place on March 29th within the restaurant’s cosy private dining room, followed by events on April 12th, April 26th, May 10th and May 24th. The intimate evening will provide guests with the opportunity to learn how to create Peru’s most celebrated dish, which they can later recreate at home.
Each masterclass will begin with a couple of rounds of those all-important Pisco Sours, as one of Chicama’s passionate chefs gives a talk on the nuances of Peruvian cuisine. The chef will go on to demonstrate how to make two different types of ceviche. You will then have free rein to create your own; using a table laden with ingredients championed by the Chicama chefs, as well as the finest in ceviche making tools.
The experience will end with the group taking a seat to enjoy the ceviche they individually prepared, accompanied by a feasting menu of Peruvian-inspired fish and vegetable dishes carefully put together by the Chicama kitchen team, all washed down with a few more Pisco Sours.
The ceviche masterclasses will run alongside the restaurant’s popular Pisco Sour masterclasses, with more dates set to be announced soon.
Tickets for the ceviche masterclass are £85 per head for a minimum of two people. The session will begin at 7pm.
Contact Chicama on 020 3874 2000 or visit www.chicamalondon.com to book.