The restaurant we visited this weekend (two friends from Sweden came to see us) was called A Cevicheria, Peruvian ceviche by chef Kiko. My boyfriend and I had passed the restaurant many times and was dying to try it out because we've enjoyed ceviche before but not in the fine-dining style that A Cevicheria offers.
At arrival, you have to sign up for a waiting list, the restaurant doesn't take reservations - which I like because we never remember to call the place before. And we went at lunch time so it only took like 10-15 min to get a table. To make the waiting more pleasant, they have outdoor tables and a window where you can order beer, wine or Pisco (Peruvian brandy) sours.
One of the most striking things about the restaurant (apart from the food) is the giant octopus hanging from the roof. I personally love that kind of decoration where everything is minimal except for one big thing.
The menu's focus is on the ceviche but they have a few other sea food options. The four of us ordered three different ceviches (Pure, Tuna and Mixed) and one Tartare Taco (one of us was really hungry). The service was great and the food even better, amazing mixture of a lime sauce and fresh fish. I think we were all blown away by the high quality and affordable prices (the ceviche dishes varies from €10,70-12,40). It was one of the best meals we've had in Lisbon and we'll definitely return soon.
The desserts were interesting as well, we tried the Dulce de Leche, Quinoa and Hazelnuts Foam and the Chocolate, Peanut and Banana. They weren't too sweet and the quinoa was very nice. I don't have any photos of the desserts but they were pretty!
If you come to Lisbon, I really recommend trying A Cevicheria. You can find them on Facebook here.
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