If there is one dish that defines Peruvian gastronomy, it has to be ceviche. This seafood dish, which was born in Peru, mixes seafood with citrus flavors and vegetables to make a savory and delectable masterpiece.
If you find yourself in Lima, Peru’s vibrant capital, you will find plenty of places to try ceviche in its various forms. Here are three Lima ceviche restaurants that are sure to impress.
Javier Wong, the genius at the head of Chez Wong, started making ceviche at his home and selling it out of his garage. Now, he serves up one dish and one dish only at his famous restaurant, which is frequented by Peruvian celebrities as well as international gastronomists.
Restaurant Sonia is located just a stone’s throw from the beach in Lima’s Chorrillos neighborhood and serves up a wide variety of ceviche variations to hungry guests from around the world using the freshest ingredients possible.
Looking for a neighborhood restaurant with great food that is often looked over by foreigners? Canta Rana is a perfect option if you want to enjoy top-quality ceviche in an authentic Peruvian joint surrounded by locals.