Martin Morales (the restaurateur behind Ceviche Soho and Old Street and Shoreditch's Andina) launches a fourth Peruvian restaurant in London. It is inspired by Peru's 'picanterias' - family run, traditional restaurants - serving traditional Andean dishes and snacks. The venue will incorporate a pisco bar, ceviche counter, dining room and patio.
Harden's survey result
“Quite stunning food at a consistently high level”, led by “fresher-than-fresh ceviche” and other “flavoursome dishes”, earns improving ratings for Martin Morales’s small Peruvian group, inspired by the cooking of the Andes. “Fabulous to visit” – “the room is permanently sunny – or is that just the pisco sours?”. The Notting Hill venue includes a bakery.
“Unusual, flavoursome small plates” with big Latino flavours win consistently high ratings for Martin Morales’s year-old ‘picanteria’ in Soho – his fourth opening in the capital.
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