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26th Jan 2013 9:36am | By Editor
The restaurant that made Peruvian staple ceviche London’s hottest food trend (despite it being served cold), this snug eatery has made a big impression in Soho with an impressive range of dishes from £7.
Bringing a taste of Peru to Fitzrovia, this fashionable spot serves small plates using organic produce from growers based in the Andes and the Amazon.
There’s also a three-course set lunch or pre-theatre menu for £20.
Tito’s Peruvian Restaurant is a rustic affair that offers traditional dishes from various regions of Peru.
Bag ceviche at this London Bridge eatery from around £8.95 per plate, and get pisco sours by the jug.