I realised I haven’t covered a sustainable restaurant in the city since the very start of the blog and as I had some people get back to me regarding the Rabbit review I thought it was time for a new one. Some of you might have already heard of Ceviche as they have two locations currently one in Soho and one in Liverpool street. You might however not know that they recently won the award for the most improved sustainable restaurant from the SRA. This was through their efforts of sourcing sustainable and local products as well as helping out the young people in Peru through donating money via certain dishes each time they are ordered. Read more below...
I went to the Soho chain as its closest to me, the vibe inside was quiet during the lunch hours but I have walked past during dinner hours and its always fully packed then. Now for the taste test! I brought two friends along to keep the review unbiased as I am always in favour of sustainable food and might be blind sided by that.
The food comes in small sharing portions so we were advised to order 2-3 dishes each to share between us. We started off with the Chifa wings, Causa Nikkei tuna roll and the Causa La Beuna Vida beetroot ceviche. This was followed up by the Don ceviche, the Choclo Corn cake and Anticucho De Corazon beef. The latter dish donates 1£ to Amantani to help children in Peru. For dessert we opted for the Chocolatozo mousse and Amazonia Bella sponge ganache. All in all the food was excellent, my personal favourite was the ceviches and my friends was the starter wings. The prices are very reasonable compared to other more well known Peruvian restaurants here in London but keep the same standard of taste. Well recommended especially on a weekend when you can accompany the food with some drinks!