5th October 2017 12.15 pm
Christmas 2017

Celebrate with us. Join us in each of our award winning restaurants as we bring you exciting festive menus and events throughout the Christmas period.

We are bringing a taste of Exotica to Ceviche Old St this Christmas with food, music and performance inspired by Peru's exotica movement. We're turning the heat up this winter with Polynesian and Incan inspired decor, and of course a whole host of Ceviche classics such as the Lomo Saltado and Seabass Jalea Steamed Buns, alongside exclusive additions for the festive period such as Espadazo, our chilli cured swordfish.

The holiday cheer won’t stop at Ceviche Old St. From 1st December, Peruvian Rock 'n Roll will descend upon Frith Street as Ceviche Soho serves up a mix of festive food, including our Woodlands Pigeon served alongside squash and quinoa risotto with guava fruit sauce. We've also got incredible cocktails and a photo exhibition of ‘70s Peruvian rock sound tracked to the best of the genre, guaranteed to bring the shenanigans of Peru’s punk era to London with the biggest and boldest flavours around.

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Hit the slopes at Casita Andina, and enjoy the culinary treasures of the mountainous regions of Cusco, Arequipa and Huancayo. Try our Shortrib Escalopada, featuring braised beef straight from Surrey Farm and finished with flamed scallop carpaccio. End your meal with our award-winning Condor's Nest, a gorgeous snowball oozing with chocolate.

Want to dig deeper into the Peruvian Andes this Christmas? We are bringing our new cookbook, ANDINA: The Heart of Peruvian Food to life at Andina in Shoreditch. With festive menus featuring recipes from the book, like our Otongo Sweet Steamed Potato Buns, as well as original art and music, Andina will be the only place to experience the Andes for all senses during this festive season.

The official Christmas menus to launch 1st December. Have a look at the set menu options here:


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18th September 2017 9.15 am
Chifa Mondays Get Down

Chinese Peruvian food (Chifa) and a Jazz Jam? Crazy eh? We love both so we are launching a weekly night called Chifa Mondays Get Down starting October 2nd at Ceviche Old St.

Featuring Dee Byrne’s Entropi and friends (you can be one of those if you play jazz and wanna join, just bring your instrument) or simply drop by for some awesome Chifa dishes and Pisco Sours

Houseband set 8:30pm

Jazz jam starts 9:30pm

Rock up or book your table online or by calling 0203 327 9463

Every Monday night at Ceviche Old St

All welcome

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30th August 2017 11.15 am
New Brunch in Casita Andina

Looking for the perfect Peruvian way to start your day?

Introducing our all new brunch menu in Casita Andina. On the menu: everything from a breakfast tamal to a Peruvian shakshuka.

Roll up your sleeves and chow down on a glorious, multi-layered breakfast sandwich served on a quinoa bread bun and packed with crunchy pork belly, a Buford brown egg, marinated onions, and dripping with amarillo chilli mayo.

We've also got avocado pancakes done two ways: salty or sweet. Take your pick between a stack served next to a mountain of crispy pork belly. Or try our buttermilk avocado pancakes, with chancaca honey and yacon whipped cream.

Having trouble deciding? Bring a friend and order both, our plates were made for sharing! The new brunch menu launches Saturday, September 2nd.

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21st August 2017 10.00 am
Thursday Nights at Ceviche Old St

Tiger's Milk and CevicheUK have joined forces and are very excited about a brand new Thursday night DJ happening in the beautiful bar, art gallery and restaurant that is Ceviche Old Street.

We've invited all our favourite DJs from London and further afield, who all have their own musical history and slant. Expect a super wild mix of Latin, funk, Afrobeat, house and of course Peru and other Latin bits and pieces.

Free Entry

Every Thursday, 5pm-late

Pisco drinks and bar nibbles or book a table for dinner

14th Sep - Ece Duzgit (Love Vinyl, Worldwide FM)

21st Sep - Devon Daley (BBC - A Touch of Soul 10th Anniversary)

28th Sep - Nina Miranda (Six Degrees) & Flora McLean (House of Flora)

5th Oct - Oscar Arroyo

12th Oct - Sophie Callis (Soho Radio, Worldwide FM)

19th Oct - Tiger's Milk presents ANDINA: The Sounds of the Peruvian Andes (launch party)

26th Oct - Aroop Roy (Basic Fingers, Lazy Days, GAMM)

2nd Nov - Quinton Scott (Strut Records)

9th Nov - Russ Jones (Arriba La Cumbia)

16th Nov - Cal Jader (Movimientos)

23rd Nov - Lewis Robinson (Mais Um Discos)

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15th August 2017 9.45 am
Chincha Sundays

Join us for the launch of Chincha Sundays at Ceviche Old St, a new monthly event series celebrating Afro-Peruvian Chincha food, drink, music and culture.

Serving a special menu with Chincha inspired dishes, such as the Seco Santa Cruz, smoked Panca chilli and dark beef and lamb stew, steamed rice, butter beans, and everyone's favourite Picarones: warm pumpkin and sweet potato doughnuts, chancaca and ice cream.

There will be live music all day long. Line-up:

Kieffer Santander, Percussion (Peru)

Carlos Saldaña, Guitar (Peru)

Jeanette Rojas, Flute (Bolivia)

Marco Solano, Percussion (Peru)

Michael Baldwin, Sax (England)

Ruben Ramos Medina, bass (Panama)

Alejandro Reyes L., Percussion (Peru)

Paul Bailey, Percussion (England)

Giancarlo Garcia, Guitar (Peru)

Eliana Rosas, singer (Peru)

Of course, it isn't a day party without our massive Chirulín cocktail, with Sol de Plata quebranta pisco, Fair kumquat liquor, Gingerella, grapefruit juice, cinnamon. It is perfect for sharing with a group of friends and family. 

Chincha Sundays

Ceviche Old St

Sunday, October 1st


Please note that entry is free but booking is advised. Call 020 3327 9463 or book below. Or just rock up anytime for a bite, a drink and a dance.

Can't make October 1st? Booking is also open for our future date, Sunday, November 5th.

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2nd August 2017 1.00 pm
Pre-Theatre Menu at Casita Andina

Pre-Theatre Menu at Casita Andina

Nestled in the heart of theatre district, Casita Andina and its neighbourhood have had a symbiotic relationship since its doors first opened a year ago. In the past, Casita Andina has forged partnerships with sold-out, award-winning theatre productions, and now the Peruvian restaurant and pisco bar is offering a special, pre-theatre menu. Stop by Casita Andina on Great Windmill Street and enjoy a set menu of 3 courses for £20. Enjoy Aubergine Fries or the Ceviche Casita, with sustainable seabass, amarillo tiger’s milk, avocado, sweet potato, cancha corn, and the Puka Pikante, with heritage Peruvian potato, beetroot panca sauce, smoked fresco cheese, huacatay herb.

The menu launches Monday, 7th August and is available everyday from 5-6:30pm.

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25th July 2017 1.30 pm
Casita Andina 1st Anniversary

Its Casita Andina's 1st birthday! In honour of this milestone, our phenomenal Exec Chef Vito Reyes has created a one-off, special Anniversary Menu to thank our amazing customers. Available from Thursday, July 27 until Saturday, July 29 only.

Feast on Ceviche Mixto with octopus, langoustines and hamachi, and our Lechon: crackling suckling pig, choclo corn pudding, seco a jus and toasted quinoa. To finish, indulge in our Condor's Nest, Peruvian Alto Sol chocolate ball, liquid caramel, whiskey-coffee jellies, chocolate-mixture, banana cremeux.

Its been an amazing year with many highlights, including our AA Rosette Award. A massive congrats to our phenomenal team.

We look forward to celebrating our birthday with you! Booking essential.

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10th July 2017 10.00 am
Peruvian Celebration Day

!FELIZ DIA PERU! July 28th marks Peruvian Independence Day! We are excited to host our annual fiesta at Ceviche Old St, celebrating the vibrancy, diversity and energy of Peru; its food, culture and music.

We will be serving up all of our Peruvian classics: from our Don Ceviche to Corazon de la Tia; panca marinated beef heart skewers from the grill and the Peruvian archetype; Pastel de Choclo, corn and feta cheesecake with Huancaina sauce, avocado and Botija olives.

There will be live music until late. Kieffer Santander and the band Lokandes, whose name means "crazy Andes", will be performing alternative modern fusions of traditional Andean and Afro Peruvian songs. DJ Devon Daley (BBC Radio Derby) will play a set as well as Ceviche founder Martin Morales, who will showcase the depth of Lima’s underground music scene, old and new.

Of course, it is not a fiesta without a Pisco Sour (or two...)! This party will kick off the start of the Summer of Pisco, and Peru’s national drink firmly at the heart of its celebrations.

Ceviche Old St. July 28, 5pm-late.

Booking is essential as this yearly event is always packed. Book online or by calling 020 3327 9463. Or just rock up on the night for a bite and drinks at the bar.

Photograph by Carlos 'Chino' Domínguez

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24th June 2017 5.00 pm
Turning The Turntables


We are excited to be hosting an exclusive one-off food and music feast on the 24th June, 5-midnight at Ceviche Old St.

Our favourite top DJs and top chefs, in collaboration with our team, will cook up their favourite dishes and turn their hands to the decks. This will be a brilliant party combining the best of London's music and food scene in one night!


Featuring food and sounds by:

DJ Yoda

Daniel Willis (The Clove Club)

Neil Rankin (Temper)

Jacob Kenedy (Bocca di Lupo)


Carl Clarke (Chick 'n' Sours)

Grace Dent

Lily Vanilli (The Lily Vanilli Bakery)

Yianni Popoutsis (MEATliquor)

Melissa & Jasmine Hemsley (Hemsley & Hemsley)

Harneet Baweja (Gunpowder & Madame D)

DJ Andy Morris (Narcotic Thrust)

Martin Morales (Ceviche)

£48 - Special feast featuring 10 tapas and tons of tunes. Or you can also order a la carte.

Book through Eventbright, this email oldst@cevicheuk.com or by calling 0203 327 9463.

Ceviche Old St

2 Baldwin Street



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27th April 2017 11.30 am
Casita Andina & The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-Time Cocktail Collaboration

Casita Andina are excited to announce our latest collaboration with The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-Time winner of 5 Tony Awards® and 7 Olivier Awards, including Best Play.

After thrilling audiences for nearly five years, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time will complete its West End run at the Gielgud Theatre this June and to celebrate the show’s final few weeks our Bar Operations Manager Miguel Arbe has created a special "Curious Cocktail" inspired by play.

"The inspiration behind the drink comes from the colour palette used in the play, I always found it really special and wanted to bring that into the drink... the layer of darkness symbolises the night-time, where the incident with the dog takes place."

We’ve also teamed up with Visit London to offer one lucky winner the chance to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, plus pre show dinner at our award winning restaurant Casita Andina.

ENTER HERE for a chance to win two tickets to see Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, plus pre show dinner at Casita Andina, where you can sip on this honorary cocktail before show time!

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19th April 2017 11.30 am


ANDINA: The Heart of Peruvian Food

Peruvian food is a vast culinary landscape mixing Indigenous Inca and pre-Inca cuisine, with food influenced by migrants from Africa, Japan, China, Spain and Italy. But the roots of it lie in the Andes today. For the first time, our new cookbook ANDINA will tell that story, with authentic and creative recipes that we have served in our restaurants and those that our founder Martin Morales has researched and discovered on his travels deep into the Andes.

The book will combine age-old recipes as well as a modern interpretation of traditional Peruvian cooking. The emphasis is on recipes with big flavours and beautiful colours that are simple to cook at home. From light, raw dishes to hearty stews and soups; cheeky bites to flavour-packed roasts; and sweet, aromatic desserts to comforting hot drinks, ANDINA presents authentic, nutritious all-day recipes made with seasonal ingredients all year-round. Created by Martin, and with recipes from our talented Executive Chef Vitelio Reyes, Pastry Chef Ana Velasquez and Bar Operations Manager Miguel Arbe as well as the rest of our team at award-winning restaurants Casita Andina and Andina, our new cookbook brings the heart of Peruvian cuisine straight to your kitchen.

ANDINA: The Heart of Peruvian Food can now be ordered on Amazon: ORDER NOW

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9th April 2017 12.00 pm
Together For Peru


Together For Peru Video

A celebration of food, music and art to raise funds for the flood disaster in Peru organised by London’s Peruvian restaurants, artists and musicians, the Anglo Peruvian Society and with the support of the Peruvian Embassy in the UK.

12 midday until 11pm

Food by London's top Peruvian restaurants

- Andina

- Casita Andina

- Ceviche Old St

- Ceviche Soho

- Chicama

- Chotto-Matte

- Mommi

- Pachamama

- Pisqu

- Señor Ceviche

- Tierra Peru

- Tito's

Top Djs and live music jam all day long

DJ Cal Jader

Musician David Mortara from Malambo band

DJ Duncan Ballantyne

DJ John Armstrong

Kieffer Santander

DJ Martin Morales

DJ Oscar Arroyo

DJ Russ Jones

DJ JJLATINO from Latinbrotherzdjs

Ritmo Andino UK

Contemporary art sale by Peruvian and London artists

Art on display in Ceviche Old St gallery

Artists donating artworks:

Carla Ferrari, Cherman, Huanchaco, Eduardo Roncal, Gisella Stapleton, Jamie Travezan & David Tortora, Kylla Piqueras, Leslie Spak, Rocio Gomez, Liliana Avalos, Lizi Sanchez, Marco Carpio, Maricruz Arribas, Miguel Lescano, Natalia Ferber, Mariella Agois, Sissy Junek, Sonia Bermudez, Dave Brown, Roberto Carlos Núñez, Lucia Baertl, Melissa Siles, Jimena Salinas, Ignacio Noguerol, Geraldine Neciosup, Ivana Ferrer, Claudia Talavera, Hugo Vasquez, Lucia Reátegui & Rosanna López-Guerra, Rocio Ponce, Nader Barumi, Fito Espinosa, Sonia Cunliffe & Silvana Pestana, Jorge Luis Dieguez, Michelle Turton, Students of the Royal College of Arts

Proceeds go to Anglo Peruvian Society's selected charities: Meraki Peru, Centro de Promocion de la Mujer Micaela Bastidas and Indeci



Limited availability at the door

Art auction now live! Bidding closes 10pm on the 9th of April.


If you are unable to attend perhaps you would like to make a donation.


With the support of:

- Kitchen Aid

- Cachina

- Book of Mormon / Prince of Wales Theatre

- MIA Peru

- Anagrama Joyas

- Sussy Jewellery and Antiques

- Sushisamba

- Casa Collab

- Duck and Waffle

- Ivan Kisic

- O2

- Alliance London

- Mash Purveyor

- Wetfish

- Finclass

- Repertoire

- Matthew Badenoch Photography

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16th March 2017 6.00 pm
Ceviche Soho's 5th Birthday

Five years ago we opened the doors to Ceviche Soho, combining Peru's exciting cuisine with Soho's spark, and paving the way for London's Peruvian food revolution. So to celebrate all we've achieved, join us for a one off birthday celebration with some of London’s hottest chefs on the evening of Thursday 16th March.

Some of our favourite chef friends including; Neil Rankin, Gizzi Erskine, Selin Kiazim, Anna Hansen, Ben Tish, Andy Oliver, Bonnie Porter and Mark Jarvis will be paying homage to Peru’s national dish by creating their own original and unique ceviches using any ingredients of their choice. These original dishes may be spicy, they may be citrusy - we don't know. What we do know is that they will all be served with an extra dose of "chicha", that Peruvian playfulness that we love so much.

On the night, we're asking you to vote for your favourite Ceviche from our guest chefs and all ceviches will feature on our menu for the next five weeks. So get your tastebuds limbered up for some voting.

Tickets are available for £38pp and include gorgeous canapés on arrival, a taster of each guest chefs' unique ceviche, along with our hot list of Ceviche Soho favourite dishes from the last five years. And of course, it wouldn't be a Peruvian party without a pisco sour. We'll be partying all evening from 6pm, to reserve your table, email us welcome@cevicheuk.com or call 020 7292 2040.

£1 from the sale of each ceviche is going to our partner charity Amantani; a Peruvian charity helping indigenous Quechua families and children get access to education in some of Peru’s most disadvantaged communities.

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26th February 2017 12.00 pm
Goat Butchery Masterclass and Sunday Goat Roast

Launching exclusively at Ceviche Old St on Sunday 29th January, we invite you and yours to pull up a chair for our unique Sunday Goat Roast.

Goat meat has arrived and is here to stay. Lean and delicious with a succulent texture, 2017's hottest meat trend is also great for you, containing less fat gram for gram than chicken. Not only fantastic for the health conscious, eating goat meat helps to combat wastage from the dairy industry, making it an ethical choice as well.

With a rotating menu changing weekly, our cutting edge dishes will include Seco de Cabrito (beer braised goat), Cabrito al Horno (roasted goat with a Peruvian spice rub) or Grilled Goat (panca marinated goat cutlets) with delicious Peruvian accompaniments.

To celebrate our new goat roast we're kicking things off with a sold out masterclass in how to butcher this year's hottest meat, and due to popular demand we have now launched a second butchery masterclass on Sunday 26th February plus you can email oldst@cevicheuk.com to book your table and enjoy the Goat Roast any Sunday of your choice without taking part in the butchery masterclass.

Sundays are sorted in true Peruvian style.

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7th February 2017 11.30 am
CEO Cook Off

The CEO CookOff will see CEO's and senior business leaders swap their suits for aprons, and take up frontline positions in the kitchen with some of the best chefs in the UK.

Martin Morales is helping Jamie Oliver raise money to eliminate hunger, combat obesity and reduce food waste. Together with 30 leading chefs and top senior business leaders, Martin and one of our chefs will be teaching a top CEO to cook a healthy Peruvian main course for 600 everyday heroes who work in UK schools and hospitals. It’s all to raise money for Jamie Oliver Food Foundation and UKHarvest, and they have a whopping £2 million target. You can support their work and donate to the event here.

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23rd November 2016 11.30 am
NYE Fiesta at Ceviche Old St

We're throwing a New Year's Eve Fiesta at Ceviche Old St filled with cutting edge music, a stunning Peruvian feast and a hefty dose of cheekiness and chicha. From 6pm, our guests can enjoy an extra special menu curated by our Executive Chef Vitelio Reyes showcasing Peruvian party food at it’s finest. Then, as the clock ticks closer to midnight, tables will be cleared and the festivities will begin, making way for some incredible DJs playing funk, Northern soul and Latin disco headed up by our very own Martin Morales on the decks. Of course, no celebration would be complete without Pisco Sours and our bartenders will be on hand all evening mixing the best Peruvian cocktails London has to offer. Let's party!

Tickets for the New Year’s Eve menu and entry to the party can be snapped up for £55, with last food orders taken at 9:30pm. If you'd like to join us just for the party celebrations tickets are available for £15, entry from 11pm only. To book email oldst@cevicheuk.com or call 0203 327 9463.

Guest DJ's

Levanna 'Northern Soul Girl' - funk and northern soul

Delilah Olson - disco, latin, cumbia

Martin Morales 'Chef DJ' - Peruvian & funk 7 inch vinyl

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9th November 2016 12.15 pm
A Wild Christmas Feast

Introducing our Christmas menus at Ceviche Soho and Ceviche Old St featuring Wild Boar Seco: Wild boar braised in smoked panca chilli and pomegranate molasses, apple cider, amarillo chilli, five-spice, onions and garlic. Served with a cream of apple, rice and onions.

For over a thousand years in The Forest of Dean, in rural Gloucestershire, wild boars have lived a joyful life feeding on nuts, acorns, roots, grass, fruit, and mushrooms. Today these wild boars still feed themselves and live in the 42 square miles of mixed woodlands, with their survival and numbers managed by professional and authorised wildlife rangers. Until 1066 a large area was reserved for Royal hunting and boars from this Royal Forest were supplied to the King’s table. Christmas is a special time to celebrate and by brining the best British ingredients together with Peruvian techniques and seasoning we want to serve you something special this season.

A ‘seco' is a slow cooking Peruvian technique perfect for this dish. Wild meat has a much richer flavour than farmed meat, it also has a distinctive texture, looking more like steak and its taste hints of organic pork and venison. Just like other game it's a great hearty, nourishing meat, brilliant for crisp autumnal days or cold winter nights. So it’s a memorable and unique Christmas dish. Although it's possible to buy farmed wild boar it is the rarity and superior flavour of authentic wild boar that makes it such a prized delicacy.

This is one of several special dishes on our Christmas menus, get in touch with us to enquire about your Christmas party.

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31st October 2016 2.00 pm

At Ceviche Old St we’re kicking off a brand new series of Soul Food Sessions, featuring some of London’s most exciting chefs. Inspired by the legendary Motown soul sessions of the 60’s, these collaborations begin by celebrating the Day of the Dead with Mexican chef Edson Diaz-Fuentes of the brilliant Santo Remedio. Santo Remedio opened in Shoreditch earlier this year to enormous acclaim but closed its doors just a few months later due to issues with the building. Edson needed a new home and so our team welcomed him for this unique event. Alongside our Executive Chef Vitelio Reyes’ Peruvian menu, Edson has created a selection of exclusive new taco dishes celebrating his passion for the rich and diverse cuisine of Mexico.

For just 3 days (31st October, 1st November, 2nd November) Ceviche Old St guests can taste grilled ox tongue taco, Michoacan style pig cheek, sea bass al Pastor, slow-cooked brisket Barbecoa, and soft shell crab.

Book now to experience incredible food, colour and tradition enjoyed alongside exclusive cocktails created top London cocktail maker Miguel Arbe including the Peruvian Margarita (pisco imposter tequila, orange pisco, lime, agave syrup).

To book email welcome@cevicheuk.com or call 0203 327 9463

Future Soul Food Sessions will see Selin Kiazim from Oklava, Josh Katz of Berber & Q and Nirmal Save, Head Chef at Gunpowder step into our kitchen to create soul food duets alongside our team.

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19th October 2016 1.15 pm
Our exciting new set lunch menu at Ceviche Old St

Embrace exciting Peruvian flavours in our brand new set lunch menu at Ceviche Old St, our vibrant dishes will leave you feeling energised for the afternoon and suit those who are pressed for time but still want to enjoy something healthy at lunchtime.

Guests can select from a choice of three Peruvian small plates; Don Ceviche (gf): Sea bass, amarillo chilli tiger's milk, sweet potato, red onion, limo chilli; Ensalada de Sierra (vgf): Black, red and pearl quinoa, avocado, tomato, onion, limo chilli vinaigrette, broad beans, pomegranate seeds, uchucuta sauce; Corazon de la Tia (gf): Panca marinated beef heart skewer, rocoto chilli sauce, Peruvian choclo corn

To combine with one of three classic dishes; Pollo a la Brasa (gf): our own special Peruvian marinade, quarter rotisserie chicken, chunky chips, hot amarillo chilli dip; Aubergine a Lo Pobre (v): deep-fried panca chilli marinated aubergine, black bean tacu-tacu, Burford Brown fried egg; Kung fu Cobia (gf): sustainable black cobia, rocoto chilli, chancaca honey, baby bok choy, garlic crisps - all for just £15, or make it three courses for £18 and add one of our mouth-watering desserts.

Many other lunchtime favourites are also available for delivery through our partners Deliveroo.

Book a table for lunch: use the online above, email oldst@cevicheuk.com or call 0203 327 9463.

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13th June 2016 10.45 am
Bien Fresh at Ceviche Soho

We're passionate about sharing all things Peruvian with our guests, from innovative food to top contemporary art and music. This summer we have transported the spirit of Lima to Ceviche Soho through our gorgeous new summer dishes; refreshing cocktails and an exciting photography exhibition by two top Peruvian artists, Adrian Portugal and Zoë P. Massey.

While you enjoy the exquisite taste of Lima in our dishes brought to you by our Executive Chef Vitelio Reyes, photo-journalist Adrian Portugal brings home the vibe of Aguadulce, Lima’s most vibrant beach. His style of positive realism brings energy and the 'chicha' spirit of Lima’s beach life with some fun playful photography. As you sip a Liliko’i, our new frozen passionfruit pisco cocktail you can also enjoy the works of Zoë P. Massey who interprets Peruvian life with an urban style, combining images from the mountains to the coast, creating her vision of the ‘perfect Peru’.

To accompany this exhibition, Ceviche Soho presents a Kon Tiki summer sea odyssey journey through our new summer menu, with 8 new refreshing cocktails, and new dishes including; Cobia Chorillana - Chorillana-style cobia, rocoto chilli, and steamed cassava chips, and Pollo en Brasa - coriander and panca chilli marinated chicken thigh with broad bean criolla and sweet potato.

Join us and enjoy Lima in London this summer at Ceviche Soho.

If you like what you see, the photography can be purchased with all proceeds going to our partner charity Amantani. Please ask our team for details.

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5th June 2016 6.00 pm
Too Many Critics at Ceviche Old St

We're incredibly excited to welcome some of the country's top restaurant critics and chefs to Ceviche Old St for this year's Too Many Critics on Sunday 5th June. The premise of the event is simple – the tables will turn as a team of top restaurant critics will be dropping their pens and picking up a pan, as they find out what it’s like to be on the other side of the pass preparing an exclusive Peruvian style dinner for 120 guests.

We can’t wait for critics to cook our amazing menu, specially designed for the evening by Executive Chef Vitelio Reyes and founder and chef Martin Morales. They’ll also be shaking up perfect pisco sours, Peru’s national cocktail. Sitting comfortably in the restaurant will be a group of London's leading chefs who get a rare opportunity to pass judgement on these influential critics. The best part of it is, this 'payback' is all for a good cause, raising funds for Action Against Hunger, a humanitarian charity committed to ending child hunger.

This year’s critics include Lucas Hollweg (Food Writer), Bill Knott (The FT’s How to Spend It), Lisa Markwell (Former editor, The Independent on Sunday), Rose Prince (The Telegraph), Jay Rayner (The Observer) and Rebecca Woollard (Delicious Magazine).

Chefs judging the critics include Dan Doherty (Duck & Waffle), Neil Rankin (Smokehouse and Bad Egg), Francesco Mazzei (Sartoria), Shaun Searley (Quality Chophouse), Brad Mcdonald (The Lockhart and Shotgun BBQ), Pascal Aussignac (Club Gascon) and Hamish Brown (Roka).

This year’s host is food and drink broadcaster Nigel Barden (BBC Radio 2), who will also be conducting a live auction on a host of exclusive and money-can’t-buy experiences and items.

Tickets are available here with all proceeds going to Action Against Hunger.

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3rd May 2016 3.30 pm
Ceviche at 30,000ft

Ceviche is reaching new heights. Celebrating the launch of the first-ever direct British Airways flights from London to Lima, we've created an exciting Peruvian menu for passengers to enjoy on board during May.

Carefully crafted dishes combine authentic South American flavours with traditional cooking techniques. They include:

- Causa de Camaron: mashed yellow potatoes, layered fresh prawns and Amarillo chilli

- Bistec Escabechado: grilled marinated beef fillet with pickled tomato and onion salsa and sweetcorn purée

Our founder Martin Morales said: “Peruvian food is one of the most exciting and cutting edge cuisines in the world as a result of its wide variety of flavours, influences and ingredients so it’s fantastic that British Airways customers will now be able to enjoy this incredibly diverse cuisine whilst in the air."

Check out this video where Martin explains why it was such an honour to be asked to showcase the incredible flavours of Peru - and a learning experience too.

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11th April 2016 9.15 am
Casita Andina opens July 2016

We are excited to let you know that we're opening Casita Andina, in London’s Soho on 28th July, Peruvian Independence Day. Casita will be on Great Windmill Street and is inspired by Peruvian ‘picanterias’; family-run, traditional restaurants which serve the local community and travellers. Usually found in the Andes in the homes of ‘Andinas’ (women from the Andes), I grew up eating in such picanterias, gaining my love and knowledge of cooking from my Andina grandmother. Together with my friend and Exec Chef Vito Reyes we are drawing on these memories, mixing our London creativity and offering a regularly changing menu, some great lunch snacks you can eat at your desk and one-off cocktails.

With Casita Andina we want to do something different to anything we’ve done before. Our location has a great restaurant heritage as it was once known as ‘The Little Cottage’. Just like a little home or ‘casita’; its cute and cosy and was a home from home for actors and thespians from the West End. We hope that we can carry on with that charm but with our own twist. Our focus is on incredible flavours; honest dishes full of tradition, and organic, sustainable ingredients. And my love for the Andes will come through its celebration of dishes and drinks, textiles and textures.

Dishes will include:

- Maca Lamb: huacatay marinated lamb loin, garlic maca uchucuta, heritage Peruvian potatoes, St George's mushrooms, crushed spicy cancha

- La Soltera: black quinoa, green peas, ova, lamb's lettuce, queso fresco sauce

- Cobia Tiradito:– sustainable black king fish, rocoto tiger's milk, pickled pineapple, nasturtium

- Chupe: King prawns, coriander quinoa chicharonnes, chupe liquor

- Choc con Sauco: Melt-in-the-middle Peruvian chocolate, quest fresco mousse, pisco-infused elderberries

Casita Andina will have the look and feel of a welcoming home, with 58 seats set across two small cosy floors and a basement kitchen. Contemporary textiles using ancient Andean weaving techniques will feature in the seating, while artworks by top Peruvian artists will adorn the walls, a further reflection of the deep heritage, tradition and chic touches that Casita Andina will draw upon. On the ground floor will be a ceviche counter, a pisco bar, a takeaway area, and cosy seating at the end of the room. On the upper floor will be a bright 30-seat dining room leading out to an open air patio seating 8.

We look forward to showing you more at Casita Andina, 31 Great Windmill Street, Soho, London, W1D 7LP.

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Much love

Martin Morales

Founder, Casita Andina, Ceviche and Andina Restaurants

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20th March 2016 7.30 pm
Ceviche Old St wins Best Venue award

Ceviche Old St has been named ‘Best Venue’ in the Retailers' Retailer Awards 2016, voted for by restaurateurs and retailers. The award is given an ‘outstanding UK venue’ in terms of design, offer, operating format, service and trading performance.

Peruvian restaurateur, chef and award-winning cookbook author Martin Morales opened Ceviche Old St in March 2015 at the historic Alexandra Trust Dining Rooms. Martin kickstarted the Peruvian restaurant scene in London when he opened Ceviche Soho (Feb 2012), which was followed by our sister restaurant Andina in Shoreditch (Dec 2013).

Since opening in Spring 2015, Ceviche Old St has received fantastic reviews for food, drink, service and atmosphere alike. It was a finalist in the Best Designed Independent Casual Restaurant - Casual Dining Restaurant Awards 2016; voted in the Top Ten New Restaurants of the Year by City AM; awarded five stars by Time Out London; and described as ‘one of London’s top new restaurant’ in Metro. It has featured on a number of ‘best of’ lists, including top Sunday Roast by Time Out London.

The RROTY Best Venue award was presented by Sir Ranulph Fiennes at a ceremony held at London’s Guildhall. Now in their 17th year, the Retailers’ Retailer Awards are unique in that they are the only ones voted for by senior executives from the industry itself and are therefore a true reflection of what the market thinks, identifying the best companies, concepts and individuals.

Martin Morales said: “We’re thrilled to have won this award, recognising a brilliant team effort – from our chefs, our bar staff, our front of house team, designers and suppliers. We’re dedicated to creating the best possible experience for everyone who comes to our restaurants, and there’s a tremendous amount of hard work, attention to detail, care and passion that goes into every element of what we do. For that to be recognised by the industry in this way is truly an honour.”

Check out our Ceviche Old St video

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18th March 2016 10.30 am
Ceviche Soho manager first Peruvian in ultra-endurance MdS

Next month Ceviche Soho Restaurant Manager Angel Tapullima will be the first Peruvian to take part in the Marathon des Sables (MdS), ranked as 'the toughest footrace on Earth'.

He will be running in the heat of the Sahara desert with temperatures up to 50 degree centrigrade for the equivalent of 5.5 marathons in six days - a total of 254km (156 miles). Angel is raising money for our partner charity Amantani, which runs children's educational homes in the Andean mountains of Peru.

Sponsored by Ceviche, Asics and supported by fitness expert Harry Jameson, he has undertaken intensive training since winning a place last autumn, often running for up to three hours after finishing a shift at the restaurant at midnight.

He has spent the last month training in on the sands in the heat of northern Peru to help acclimatise to conditions.

Angel says: "I'm very proud to be the first Peruvian taking part in the MdS. The training is mentally and physically tough, but I know I'll need that for the real thing. I couldn't have done it without the support of Martin Morales, Harry Jameson, Asics and my whole team at Ceviche and Andina. I hope I can raise lots of money for Amantani, who do such amazing work for children in Peru."

Support Angel and Amantani: donate on his JustGiving page

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27th January 2016 6.15 pm
Valentine's Day specials

With dishes made for sharing, Ceviche Soho, Ceviche Old St and our sister restaurant Andina are perfect for your Valentine's date. Our chefs have created some extra-romantic ceviche and dessert specials for you to enjoy over Valentine's Weekend, 12-14 February. Choose from:


- Ostras Fogosas (gf), £9: Native oysters, rocoto chilli tiger’s milk, wood sorrel granité, pickled kohlrabi, seaweed

- Encanto de Valentin (v), £6 : vanilla tart, forced rhubarb and chia cream, pisco-glazed wild strawberries, huacatay crystals, rose petals


- Lenguado Apasionado (gf), £11: pan-seared sole, king prawns, squid, rocoto chilli seafood sauce, steamed cassava, amarillo chilli crackers

- Choco-Rosa, £6: Peruvian chocolate tart, wild strawberry & rose jelly, almond pisco ice cream, alfajor crumble


- Conchas a la Parmesana (gf), £9: diver scallops, amarillo chilli parmesan cream, sweet and sour green tomato salad, quinoa crisps

- Delicado de Chocolate, £7 to share: Peruvian chocolate mousse, raspberry gelée, white chocolate velvet, hibiscus-rose petal sauce, crushed long pepper

We look forward to welcoming you!

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26th January 2016 12.00 pm
Celebrating London Pisco Sour Week

We’re excited to announce our celebrations to mark London Pisco Sour Week, 6-12 February.


On Sunday 7 February we’re inviting London’s top bartenders to take part in the first ever London Pisco Cocktail Competition.

The event will feature 20 competitors battling it out in front of a panel of expert judges including Simone Caporale, Simone Sasha Filimonov (Imbibe) and our Executive Bar Manager Miguel Arbe. The best cocktail of the night will go on the menu at Ceviche Old St during London Pisco Sour Week, with 10 per cent of sales of the drink going directly to the creator. The winner will also be given a £100 voucher to spend at Ceviche Old St, Ceviche Soho or Andina, plus a bottle of pisco.

Finalists will also all receive a bottle of pisco, thanks to competition sponsors 1615, Barsol and Portón,

Entry is via an online form, deadline 4 February; the 20 competitors will be picked at random. Everyone’s welcome to come along to support, with Pisco Sours being served at a special price.


On National Pisco Sour Day, Saturday 6 February, 4.30pm we're holding a free Pisco Sour Masterclass at Ceviche Old St. Participants will learn about Peru’s national spirit and make their own Pisco Sour, guided by Executive Bar Manager Miguel Arbe - shortlisted for Imbibe Bartenders ’Innovator of the Year’ award. Priority booking was available to those signed up to the Ceviche and Andina monthly mailing list. To make sure you're first to hear about all our news and events, sign up to our mailing list

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13th January 2016 4.15 pm

We are excited to announce our new monthly masterclasses for 2016 to help you learn new skills, make new friends and have fun. Whether you want to learn how to make a classic Peruvian dish or how to mix a cocktail to impress your guests, we have a masterclass for you:

Don Ceviche: Learn how to make our signature ceviche, as well as discover the stories behind our recipes, ingredients and dishes.

Peruvian Superfoods: Discover more about native Andean superfood ingredients and make your own 'ultimate superfood salad'.

Pisco Cocktails: Mix like a master with our expert bar team. Find out all about Peru’s national spirit and make classic sour, martini and cooler cocktails - as well as your own creation. Will you be crowned champion?

For more information, including how to book, check out our events page.

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31st December 2015 8.00 pm

We're getting a bit of a reputation for throwing a great party at Ceviche Old St. When we opened a few months back we had Felix from Basement Jaxx, Laura Mvula, Mr Hudson and Mark Hix in the house, with Mr Scruff and Natty Bo DJing. Our NYE Fiesta will be just as hot.

8-10pm: Enjoy a banquet-style Sharing Feast, featuring a wide range of our favourite dishes for the table to share, and a Pisco Punch cocktail on arrival

10pm: It's time for a cocktail competition - win a bumper Ceviche hamper

10.30pm-3am: Our Pisco Disco, including a glass of bubbly at midnight and nibbles

Our music line up features the funkiest record labels serving music from around the world, with heavyweight original afro, latin, tropical, soul & disco sounds. Vinyl DJ sets by Frankie Francis (Sofrito), Duncan Brooker (Strut), and Martin Morales (Tiger's Milk) - yes, our chef/founder is back on the decks!


Last few tickets remaining - Sharing Feast + Pisco Disco: £48+booking fee

Pisco Disco only: £10+booking fee

#CevicheOldStNYE #PiscoDisco

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1st November 2015 5.45 pm
Sunday Roast

We’re excited to announce that we will be offering Peruvian Sunday Roasts at Ceviche Old St. It is a heavenly journey through the coast, Andes and Amazon of Peru.

Available every Sunday for lunch and dinner, we offer our traditional Sunday Roast dishes with a Peruvian twist that we think you’ll love, including:

- Rotisserie Chicken ‘Pollo a la Brasa’: our own recipe marinade, corn-fed rotisserie quarter chicken

- Whole Suckling Pig (serves 10-12): in a Peruvian-Japanese nikkei style marinade made with miso, amarillo chilli, soy sauce and pisco quebranta

- Accompaniments: Quinoa Yorkshire pudding, Uchucuta Andean herb gravy, Yucas, Spicy amarillo chilli and coriander corn tamales, Green sprouting broccoli with cheesy amarillo chilli Huancaína sauce

- Bottomless cocktails: Amazonian Bloody Mary or Chispa Roja

There are options for private dining and groups. Email us for more information and to reserve your table at Ceviche Old St.

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29th October 2015 3.30 pm
Martin's Peruvian Kitchen launches

Our founder, Martin Morales' YouTube channel has just relaunched. Through Martin's Peruvian Kitchen, he'll be sharing his passion for Peruvian food, with regular videos featuring everything from classic recipes to your very own foodie tour around Peru.

Martin will be showing you that cooking Peru's national dishes from home is easy and exciting. Here's a first look at his recipe for Picarones - cheeky pumpkin doughnuts: perfect for Halloween. Watch, subscribe, let us know what else you'd like to see on the channel.

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8th October 2015 9.00 am
Now booking for Christmas

Christmas is always the same old, same old; we want to give you something special. The Peruvian alternative.

Our Festive Sharing Menus will feature a nod to some of the traditional favourites but also plenty that’s surprising and joyous. And of course delicious.

Available from 1st December through to January, our chefs have enjoyed creating new dishes we think you'll love, including:

- Lechón: whole suckling roast piglet in pisco and goldenberry

- Ságuche de Pavo: confit turkey breast, beetroot and clementine salsa criolla, amarillo chilli mayo, chia seed steamed bun

- Lima Nippo: nikkei salmon tartare, amarillo chilli cold potato mash, lotus root, black sesame sees, Peruvian marigold dressing

- Mi Chochera: king pawns, rocoto tiger's milk, red onion, candied kumquat, crispy plantain

There are options for private dining and groups. Email us for more information and to reserve your table at Ceviche Old St, Ceviche Soho or our sister restaurant Andina in Shoreditch.

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