dining tried and tested Ceviche @ Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC
Ceviche @ Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC
Updated on 30 June 2016

A new Peruvian eatery has launched in Dubai, offering the closest culinary experience to authentic flavours without losing the ‘soul’ of the cuisine. With an extensive menu of tasty, whole food Peruvian specialties prepared fresh from scratch daily, Ceviche offers a gastronomical adventure. So now you can enjoy the closest match to a home-cooked South America meal in Dubai.

What we ate
Of course, based on where we were we had to try the Ceviche Clasico – white fish marinated with chilli, onions, and sweet potatoes with the Causa Limena - chilled potato mash, chilli cream, lime juice and chicken. This was followed up with a Lomo Saltado - stir fry beef tenderloin strips with onions, tomatoes soya sauce and fries; and a Tuna Tataki with Quinoa Crust - seared tuna served with sautéed vegetables.

Verdict
Everything was delicious, we both really enjoyed each dish but I love an authentic Peruvian Ceviche and this one totally nails it!

Price
Starters from Dhs 22, mains from Dhs 37 and desserts from Dhs 19. L.C.

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