Ceviche, pronounced “say-beach-chay,” is a style of cuisine that comes from coastal areas of Latin America. It combines traditional foods eaten by natives of the region and foods brought by Spanish colonisers in the 1600s.
Myth: The fish in ceviche is completely raw. Truth: Lime juice cooks the fish without heat.
Myth: Consuming lime juice is bad for your stomach. Truth: on the contrary, lime is alkaline and can help return the average over-acidic western stomach to normal levels of acidity.
Pieces of fresh fish bathed in our delicious tiger milk accompanied by corn and glazed sweet potato.
Allergens: Fish, Celery, Gluten.