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About Senor Ceviche - Charlotte Street
Inspired by our travels across Peru, our menu showcases the diverse flavours and cooking techniques we discovered. With 80 different microclimates, Peru has a rich variety of homegrown ingredients. It’s no surprise that so many people have migrated to South America's gastronomic hub, dating back over 500 years when the Spanish arrived with European ingredients, to the more recent Japanese migrants, bringing their Asian ingredients and cooking techniques with them, making Peruvian food the ultimate fusion food.
Señor’s menu features everything Peruvian, from moreish street food snacks and fresh ceviches to fiery Peruvian barbecue plates and healthy super salads. Señor’s menu is the perfect balance of healthy and indulgent, the way eating should be. Our creative bar team have designed a fantástico cocktail menu, focusing on Peru's national spirit, Pisco. Whether you're in for the perfect Pisco Sour, a Mamacita or an ice cold Cusqueña, we’ve got your thirst covered.
London, W1T 2LZ
Peruvian, Latin American, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Friday & Saturday: 12:00 pm - 12:30 am
£25 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7842 8540
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Senor Ceviche - Charlotte Street Ratings and Reviews
We have been waiting to eat here since it opened. We live nearby and eat out in the area most weekends. It was worth the wait though the portions tend to be small but they are delicious. If you like Barrica and Drakes Tabanco then you will like Senor Ceviche.
Such amazing food!!! You have to visit Señor Ceviche.
We usually go to the one in Kingly Court, but this one was even better.
They’ve got more space (3 floors), the music isn’t as loud as in Kingly Court, the Pisco Sours are spot on and the food is delicious.
The brunch is unlimited food and wine for 39£ which is fantastic value for money!
The service was quick and very friendly.
I think this will be our new go to restaurant for the best Peruvian food in town!
We loved it!
Four of us went on the first Friday in December at 7:45pm. The restaurant was full; we were the last table and it felt busy. We were seated straight away and the waiter was attentive, helpful (we asked for recommendations) and the food came quickly. It may have helped that we were seated opposite the bar so the waiter was around there more often. The first few tables did get a bit of a blast of cold air whenever the door was opened though.
The food was excellent; we ate most of the menu. The lamb special was of particular note as was the pork belly. The ceviches were quite small (when shared four ways) but very fresh tasting. Nothing was particularly expensive so it's easy to go round again and again. The food did come quickly and, as with any tapas style place, in random order.
We had beers and cocktails (no wine) and a really substantial amount of food. The total, including services, was only £62 each which is pretty hard to argue with in Charlotte Street.
It's more of a lively place to go with friends than a romantic meal for two type of place but definitely recommended.
Great place for sharing plates The portions were a good size. Six plates (2 starters and 4 from the mains) and a side turned out to be enough for 3 people. Pisco based drinks were good. No room for dessert!
We are sure to go again.
Having tasted Peruvian cuisine on site in Lima and Cuzco I was expecting Llama steak and stuffed guinea pig glazed in honey but I suspect this would not be PC in the UK (unlike chlorine chicken and hormones pumped beefsteak which will be on the menu after March 2019) . Senor Ceviche cuisine if not authentic Peruvian is definitely creative (fusion Peruvian-Japanese) and good. Our starters (tapas style) were excellent and worth going back for, the main dishes were good but the meat was tasteless and dry (except the dish where the meat had been marinated in beer) and the deserts were very disappointing (complete lack of inspiration and creativity here). Option for gluten-free dishes is also very limited which is rather surprising as, wheat is not part of Peruvian (maize) nor Japanese (rice) cuisine. If it is only because of the chinese soy-sauce that they use for certain dishes they could easily buy some gluten-free bottles (not more expensive than the gluten-full ones). The staff serving was really nice and deserves a bonus for Christmas.
Plus points - arrived early but they found us a table without fuss , helpful and friendly waitresses who explained best method of ordering for four of us - basically 3 various dishes x 4 . However , the fumes (presumably ) of strong chilli (?) searing off in the confined atmosphere set firstly our female guest ,then the waitress , then adjacent diners, coughing and choking on account of the fumes , which was rather alarming. This having abated, we enjoyed our meal , our Peruvian guest particularly relished the traditional beef heart , but the noise volume made conversation difficult in this confined space . My son assured me that it was much worse downstairs !
Overall an enjoyable experience , the food and drinks more than adequate, marred by a lack of fume extraction and general cacophony (aka atmosphere ). Portions tend to the minimal for the price , eg scallop means one scallop , so if you’re hungry be prepared to order more and pay accordingly. Not a budget destination , not seriously authentic ( Peruvian guest authority) but fun . And great Pisco Sours !
Our food was great , the service was very good and the wine was excellent.
The only negative was that it was really noisy as there was a group of Women who were really loud and as the tables are quite close together it was virtually impossible to have a normal conversation.
Even so I would definitely go again
Went to Señor Cerviche just to catch up with a friend and have a light meal with a few drinks.
From the moment I walked in the service was fantastic. Really friendly and knowledgable about everything on the menu. The waitress was also able to make really good suggestions for us based on tastes and portion size etc.
Despite being a cerviche restaurant you really should order the pork belly. . . yum!
Atmosphere is buzzing but not overly loud so it was easy to have a good conversation without having to shout which was really nice. Close to where I work so will definitely going back soon.
I took my husband here for a special birthday meal after reading about the restaurant in the 'Metro' newspaper. I was forewarned that the portions were small. However, it was surprisingly filling. We had a total of 8 dishes between us, including 2 portions of the excellent sweet potato fries. This was a good restaurant for getting a flavour of Peruvian food. Deceptively filling and very delicious. I have only given a 3 for ambience, as I don't like jazz and the Peruvian music got a bit much. But hubby likes jazz and it was his birthday after all! The food (and drinks) are pricey, but worth it for the experience. The staff were cheerful, friendly and helpful. My only gripe would be the warm Coca Cola I was served.
Cannot fault the service; staff were wonderful. Chef came up to us to explain dishes and that we should order ~3 each. The meat dishes were ~£9 and quite small and scallops were £4 each, so for that reason, I put the value as low. They definitely take pride in their appearance. Food was tasty and ceviche was tangy and full of flavour. Found it slightly pricey, but nice to go once.
Food was flavourful but the way we were being rushed was off putting to the point that we decided to pay up and go somewhere else for dessert.
Waiting staff taking dishes away before we were finished and just the constant rush to clear the table when we had ample time it was a Wednesday night so restaurant was a nice kind of busy.
We asked for a water but was never asked if we wanted another drink. Probably because we weren't interested in the recommended cocktail.
It's a nice restaurant the food was very tasty BUT I won't be in a rush to go back.
We had a booth and with 2 women 1 men it felt a bit too cosy, dunno how 2 couples fit in one of those. Aside from that, I loved the mushroom dumplings from the starters section, the rest was also lovely of course albeit I find it's hard to differentiate among peruvian restaurants these days
I have previously dined pre-theatre at Senor Ceviche in Kingly Court, Carnaby Street which was lovely, sensational flavours, good portioned tapas, very well presented, good ambience and friendly waitress. I was expecting a similar experience for a pre-theatre dining at Senor Ceviche at Charlotte Street, but it was very disappointing on every aspect much less flavour, smaller portions, poorly presented, no ambience and service OK. Would not go back or recommend, but I would go back to Kingly Court.
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