Drawing inspiration from Lima’s most romantic and free-spirited neighbourhood, Barranco (a place brimming with artists, musicians and other creatives), Señor Ceviche has opened a Fitzrovia location set across three floors on Charlotte Street. It’s the second site for the Peruvian restaurant from Harry Edmeades, and features an underground pisco bar, newly created dishes and Peruvian colonial-style decor.
Overseen by Alessio Nardi of A-nrd Studio, Señor Ceviche’s ground floor has a rich colour palette with wood panelling and brass metalwork; its upper floor lighter through the use of window skylights, a muted palette and a lush greenery installation that ‘evokes the feel of dining al fresco in the back garden of a Peruvian mansion.’
Found en route to the pisco bar, Señor Ceviche’s open kitchen creates an exciting buzz, diners able to catch a glimpse of the chefs preparing ceviches, tiraditos and grilling meats; whilst down in the basement bar you can sip on pisco cocktails executed to perfection in a setting characterised by a mid-century inspired home cocktail bar.
A casual spot for fresh cuisine, time spent hanging out with Mr Ceviche is akin to whiling away a few hours in the boho Lima district abode of a creative chum; park yourself for a pisco sour and forget that London encircles you.