Casita Andina, Soho

This has got to be my favourite of Martin Morales’ restaurants (he’s the chap who owns Ceviche and Andina). Mainly because it has the blended charm of a Peruvian Granny’s house (I imagine, having never been to Peru) and an old fashioned Soho townhouse. There’s two options where to sit; the busy and busting ground floor complete with open kitchen or the first floor which … Continue reading Casita Andina, Soho

Ceviche, Old Street 

I went to the first Ceviche in Soho around about when it first opened and to be honest, I wasn’t that impressed. They’ve since opened Andina in Shoreditch and now this, their second Ceviche right next to Moorfields Eye Hospital by Old Street roundabout. It’s a really beautiful spot, in a former squat, not that you’d be able to tell. There’s a long bar in … Continue reading Ceviche, Old Street 


I’d heard good things about Lima, a Peruvian restaurant in Fitzrovia, so was excited for our dinner there with a group of friends. I wasn’t familiar with the cuisine of Peru but was expecting very pretty plates of food with big bold flavours and that’s exactly what we got – even if the flavours weren’t always wholly pleasant ones. The inside was a fairly simple … Continue reading Lima


Ceviche has taken Soho by storm. Whenever we walk past this Peruvian restaurant on Frith street it’s always packed. We took advantage of the Olympic fever and went on the weekend of the Opening Ceremony and it was empty – along with every other restaurant in Soho. We chose to sit in the restaurant out the back as opposed to the ceviche bar at the … Continue reading Ceviche