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A Cevicheria

Restaurants, Global Princípe Real
4 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
A Cevicheria
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A Cevicheria - Ceviche de Atum
©Francisco Rivotti
Ceviche português da Cevicheria
Francisco Rivotti

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Portuguese chef Kiko Martins traveled the world, explored the gastronomy from various continents and brought them to Lisbon with his own interpretation and style. He first gave the city O Talho, then A Cevicheria and, before he set up other projects, he entered a stardom phase that has not yet passed. Partly because this small-great Peruvian restaurant of his is one of the best tables in Lisbon. It honors the national dish of Peru with salmon, tuna and cod, but also has causas and quinotos in recipes that vary throughout time.

Perfect for: going with someone with whom you have a lot to talk about, because you will wait in line for a while.

Must try: the pure ceviche, with seasonal white fish, mashed sweet potatos, onions, seaweed and tiger's milk.



Address: Rua Dom Pedro V, 129
Príncipe Real
Transport: BUS 758
Price: Up to €30
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12.30pm-midnight

Users say (5)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.6 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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I walked up a very steep hill to get to A Cevicheria but it was so worth it. I recommend making reservations, as I dined on a late Tuesday evening and the place was packed. Waiting wasn't a problem since the bar has a walk-up window where you can order cocktails and beer to enjoy on a couple of high-top tables set up on the sidewalk. If possible, snag a seat at the counter. Part of the fun of eating at A Cevicheria is watching the chefs masterfully plate dishes like ceviche and causa, which is piled high with fresh fish, bonito flakes and other ingredients. Service is excellent. Our waitress advised us on portions and parsed out the dishes to make sure we had an enjoyable dining experience. 

Foi com a abertura deste restaurante do chef Kiko que travei conhecimento com a palavra "ceviche". Aqui o peixe cru marinado em sumo de limão é rei e é sempre incrível olhar para aquele polvo gigante pendurado no tecto, armado em lustre de cristais.

O melhor peruano de Lisboa. Tem o ambiente certo, a iluminação certa e a cozinha com bons produtos. Só é pena ser tão difícil arranjar mesa. 

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