Peruvian street food spot Butifarra arrives in Soho this summer
NEWS, May 31, 2016
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Butifarra, 24 Rupert Street, London, W1D 6DQ

image001This summer Soho will welcome a new fast casual eatery, straight out of the mercados of Peru. Butifarra; a noun; [butiˈfarÉ™], named after the popular Peruvian street snack (a bread roll with slow-cooked meat and salsa), will serve authentic sandwiches and ceviche alongside ‘Cevushi’ – a ceviche-sushi hybrid.

Creator Ali Malik will work closely with family-run Peruvian supplier Andes Export to source authentic produce such as maiz morado (purple corn) and amarillo (yellow chilli).

Open 8 am-7 pm daily, Butifarra offers traditional Peruvian breakfasts, as well as the signature butifarra with slow-cooked short rib, ceviche and ‘cevushi’ (sushi rolls filled with marinated fish). Side dishes will include: Vegan taku taku rice dish and Peru’s famous alfajor cookies, best described as biscuity dulce de leche macarons.

The restaurant will serve its own-brand coffee and freshly made juices, alongside more unusual offerings like the chichi morada (a purple fruit juice made with corn).

A branded product line of authentic Peruvian sauces created in conjunction with Andes Exports will be available to take home.

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