Still going through the posts from last year, this is definitely a review I want to share with you:
My flatmate Daisy and I wanted a fun Soho dinner after work one day in the autumn and decided on Ceviche which be both really wanted to try.
We started off with fantastic pisco sours, and then had wine with the food. Only to have some more cocktails after dinner – I’m not a huge cocktail fun but these were great, especially those pisco sours.
Food-wise we started with cheese puffs with quince, chilli and sour cream. I remember them being crunchy and nice, the sweet and the sour taking the edge off the fried stuff.
Obviously we had ceviche in the place called ceviche and this one with seabass, chilli, red onions and sweet potato crisps was seriously good!
These crispy parcels with pork, spices (more chilli) and coriander were also really nice. The texture of the pork was stringy and soft, just like pulled pork.
One of my favourites was our second ceviche, with razor clams with chilli and borage. So delicious!
I also really liked these skewers with extremely tender octopus and fiery chorizo, with coriander mash underneath. Amazing!
The token vegetable dish was the grilled asparagus with chilli mayo. It worked well with our dishes and was really nice on its own too.
I must say I really enjoyed out visit here and can’t wait to go back. The busy atmosphere, the loudness and the very many tables crammed into the restaurant area together with the excellent food and drink just transports you to South America for the night. Another pisco sour, please!
Ceviche Soho, 17 Frith Street, London W1D 4RG