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up was Ceviche, then came the Last Days of Pisco followed closely by Lima and now it’s the turn of Don Ceviche. The three night Peruvian pop-up will be serving sea bass, shrimp and salmon ceviche (the clue’s in the name) as well as other traditional Peruvian dishes – no word of any guinea pig mind.

The pop-up is taking place at the Art Cellar, a cultural event promoting talented artists, chefs, mixologists and musicians. Art comes from three up and coming artists and music from Errol Linton’s blues band so there’s plenty to feast your eyes and ears on too. Entry costs £9 which includes a glass of wine but the good news is all of the food is £4 and under. Now where those Pisco Sours at?

Wed 3rd Oct – Fri 5th Oct, 6pm – 11pm
41a Farringdon Street; EC4A