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Ceviche Old Street

We are BIG fans of Ceviche in Soho so we are thrilled to announce the arrival of Ceviche Old St this week!

Housed in a pretty banging site, it’s a totally different vibe to Soho but we give it the big thumbs up, you’ll love it. With a dedicated Ceviche bar, Peruvian rotisserie and open grill, and separate bar area which will serve bar snacks, Pisco cocktails and British and Latin American craft beer – what’s not to love.


The menu has an emphasis on healthy ingredients and introduces new Peruvian flavours into the London dining scene; dishes from Peru’s Chifa (Peruvian-Chinese) and Nikkei (Peruvian-Japanese) gastronomy, will sit alongside Criollo and Afro-Peruvian BBQ dishes, as well as Amazonian and Andean superfoods which Martin has become well known for.


At the dedicated Ceviche Bar, diners will watch ceviches being made in front of them and be able to customise
their own dishes. An open BBQ grill will serve anticucho skewers with a variety of meats and sauces, showcasing the best of Lima’s street food in its authentic form, and Peru’s popular ‘Pollo a la brasa’ – rotisserie chicken in Ceviche’s own-recipe marinade – will be new for Ceviche Old St. Salads and bar snacks using seasonal British vegetables and Peruvian superfoods such as maca, quinoa, amaranth and lucuma will also feature on the menu. A takeaway menu and local delivery service will also be available for you lazy hungover ones.


The 60-cover bar will stock an impressive selection of Peruvian piscos new to Britain, and a list of creative pisco  cocktails, including Ceviche’s signature Pisco Sour, will be available alongside classics usually mixing gin, vodka, rum or whisky served instead with pisco. Join the #PiscoDisco – we did and it was FUN.


Martin Morales commented ahead of the launch of Ceviche Old St: “We are thrilled to be able to bring a dining legacy back to life with Ceviche Old St. When I first imagined opening my own Peruvian restaurant in London, I dreamt of seeing customers enjoy fresh ceviche prepared before their eyes, experiencing the heat and thrill of barbeque meats cooked anticucho-style on an open grill, all on one floor and under one roof. I imagined serving food rooted in Peruvian tradition yet made with a contemporary edge, drawing on the best of London’s creativity and ingredients. I am very proud of my team and what we have achieved at Ceviche Soho and Andina in Shoreditch and hope both locals and visitors to Old Street will embrace our partnering of British and Peruvian heritage and modernity at Ceviche Old St.”


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