Ceviches: Restoring my memory of ceviches

Ceviches: Restoring my memory of ceviches

My very first ceviche was years ago, but I can still remember the bitter taste it left behind. Mojito and ceviche weren’t my favorate combination. But coming across Montreal Food Pictures blog post and its wonderful pictures of this restaurant that specialises on ceviches, I couldn’t take my mind off. Maybe I had it all wrong? Maybe ceviche is a wonderful dish? I had to try and see…

That’s my story about how I came to know Ceviches.

Disclaimer: my photograph skills were very poor that specific evening…but important part is that I enjoyed the food too much to care.

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Appetizers were:
Tostones – plantain chips: with the sauce, it was like eating salsa with chips
Tequenos – cheese sticks in a shape of a springroll: So cheesey! Reminiscent of Pizza hut cheese stick in a positive way.
Empanadas – dumpling stuffed with fish: As far as I know, best empanadas I have eaten.

 

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Main course, ceviches obviously! The interesting part is that we get to choose the flavor and topping. For me, I had avocado and coconut flavored. The chosen proteins were octopus and fish. Not one single regret. It was beautifully executed. It couldn’t be more fresh. While I was enjoying my dish, I was already thinking who I must bring to try this amazing restaurant.

Ceviches is now a restaurant in my recommend list!

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Zuuchini

Written by zuuchini

Made in Canada. Chinese. Accountant. Gamer. Makeup lover. Love her family.
Website: http://www.zuuchini.com

1 Comment
  • Hola Zuuchini, we are very grateful for this wonderful review, it makes us extremely happy to know you have made peace with the dish known as “ceviche” and we are glad to be responsible for your re-introduction to this delightful pleasure. We look forward to have you over our place again… Thanks!!!

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