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A New Peruvian Spot in QC, Ceviche Gastropub

A New Peruvian Spot in QC, Ceviche Gastropub

Peru, once inhabited by Spain and home to Japanese immigrants, it is no wonder that Peruvian cuisine is a blend of Latin and Asian flavors.

One of the first Peruvian restaurants in the metro was Don Andres Peruvian Kitchen. My sisters and I visited this restaurant at their first branch in Sgt. Esguerra back in 2015. They now moved to Pioneer Center, Brgy. Kapitolyo and now has opened another branch with almost the same menu but with additional dishes in 43 Tirad Pass corner Sto. Domingo Ave, Quezon City calling it Ceviche. An area known as the QC’s Chinatown.

Ceviche the new Peruvian Gastropub with its bright and cheerful colored interiors, large murals and lots of amusing touches. A popular Peruvian dish, Ceviche, composed of fresh seafood soaked or cured in citrus, spices and served typically with corn and sweet potatoes. It is somewhat similar to our local dish - kilawin which we use vinegar instead.

Pollo ala Bras "Peruvian Rotisserie Chicken" (ala cart Php 650 | with sides Php 790)
sides: Batata Chips, Chicha Salsa, Marbled Potato, Mashed Sweet Potato

This dish placed Don Andres on the map and was recognized with its roasted spice rubbed chicken, but the I found the meat dry. The one I tried in Don Andres was juicy and tender. 

Lomo Sallado (Solo Php 245 | Family Php 465)
The meat was tough and the sauce could use a little more seasoning. If those were met I would enjoy this dish better. 

Tallarin con Majillones (Php 440)
I have to commend the huge mussels used with this pasta. The pasta wasn't al dente though and it kinda lacked taste that it really requires you to use the lime for additional taste. 

BBQ Pork Ribs (Solo Php 250 | Family Php 435)
The sauce was smokey and sweet and I would like it more if the meat falls off the bones. But the flavors were there no doubt.

Pie di Limon (Slice Php 165 | Whole Php 1100) and Tres Leches (Slice Php 185 | Whole Php 1200) 

The presentation for the desserts were beautifully plated. I enjoyed their Tres Leches - a vanilla sponge cake soaked in milk topped with creamy caramel sauce.

Since they turned it as a gastropub, it offers international and local beers, hard selections and signature cocktails and is a great place to unwind, relax and hold parties and functions.Ceviche Gastropub opened their doors last September 22, 2018. Given they just open there are still room for improvement but I'm sure with time they'll be able to perfect their dishes to the tee.

43 Tirad Pass Corner Santo Domingo Avenue, Banawe, Quezon City
(02) 8760124 or 0967-2310076
Monday-Thursday 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-12:00AM
Friday-Satursday 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-2:00AM
Sunday 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM

Ceviche Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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