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doing the rounds on the street food circuit, Señor Ceviche has found a permanent home in Kingly Court. Yes it is another Peruvian restaurant but the bright colours and laid back atmosphere of the place really help it stand out from the crowd. It’s definitely the kind of place you could just as easily pop into for a quick cocktail and a snack as you could a full on dinner.

We started off with some freshly made and very potent cocktails, including the ‘Ayahuasca’ (does NOT contain actual Ayahuasca!) made from vodka, pisco, passion fruit and lime. From the food menu it’s best to get lots of bits and share – we can recommend the slow cooked crispy pork belly; the signature Señor Ceviche (sea bream in tiger’s milk with avocado and crispy baby squid) and the ‘Super Chicken’ with aji rocotto mayonaiise. Winning dishes right there.


Good, fresh grub and fun vibes – if  you’re a fan of Peruvian food Señor Ceviche should be next on your hit list.

Kingly Court, Soho, W1B 5PW