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Time Out says

Lomo saltado, juicy rotisserie chicken and a dreamy Peruvian ceviche with leche de tigre: Culver City’s CevicheStop is cooking some of the best Peruvian food in town, plus a few signature dishes from its chef, Walther Adrianzen, who’s been cooking similar fare at nearby Lonzo’s for years. In spite of its location at the gridlock-prone corner of La Cienega and Washington, this isn’t run-of-the-mill roadside takeout. Whether you’re opting for the eye-catching Hangover ceviche, made with fresh fish, calamari, and huge Peruvian corn kernels, or their rotisserie chicken, served by the quarters, halves or whole, there’s simply no wrong order here. Plus, it also has a small patio and even a few designated parking spaces in the lot it shares with a 7-11.

Patricia Kelly Yeo
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Patricia Kelly Yeo


2901 S La Cienega Blvd
Culver City
Opening hours:
Daily 12–8pm
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