Cebiche has brought a touch of Peru to the bustling LoHi restaurant district. The place has an easy vibe and a small, carefully selected menu that emphasizes quality over range; having a meal here is like dining in a friendly home in an exotic clime. Appetizers are a tasty way to get a feel for Peruvian cuisine, as is the hearty Inca Platter, a combination dish that can include seafood, chicken and beef. The entrees rotate, but Peruvian wines, beer and a housemade pisco sour cocktail are always available, and are best experienced on the leafy front patio.
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The fight was ugly, even raw. But the Cebiche wars are now over, and the Cebiche on West 32nd Avenue is the winner. That was the original Cebiche, a Peruvian-flavored restaurant that closed in 2009, reopened briefly under a new name...
Lomo saltado. Hot empanadas and a sweating bottle of Cristal or Quilmes beer. Chupes de this and chupes de that, a small plate of ceviche classico or ceviche mixto and then, of course, the ubiquitous papas a la huancaina that I love...
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