Cebiche in Paris

Image Hello everybody! Today is the day when sales start in Paris and that it is exhausting for me ‘cas I work in a retail store. So after this long day I went to eat my favorite dish ever: CEBICHE (If you read other posts you will see how devoted I am). Even I think I haven’t tasted enough yet, I will try to give you my options (already tested) for when you are having a cebiche crisis in Paris!!!

This time I went to a restaurant recommeded by a friend, Its name is Mi Peru. It’s not really far from work so it’s perfect for a recovery after a day dealing with crazy shoppers. Their Cebiche looks like this: Image Traditional fish or mixed cebiche cost 18€ which sounds expensive, but if you are a normal person you won’t need more to fill you’re starve. Trust me. Even we suspect cebiche is already made, flavour is good enough to go back. First picture is from La Cebicheria, which is very nice and much more refined than traditional restaurants. Even we can see there are some ingredients missing… The concept is creating new flavours all the time, but the must on their menu is the traditional peruvian cebiche (picture above) and tiraditos… Image Owners are french, one of them nicely introduces you to the fabulous world of cebiche. Then she admits cheff is peruvian. The rest of the menu are creative cebiches. Plates are mini (tapa style) which means you will have to order at least two and a side if you’re in hunger. Each mini cebiche cost around 10€ and 13€. Pisco sour coktail cost 10€.

Another cebiche I had tasted in Paris is in Picaflor (cozy peruvian restaurant very close from the Jardin des Plantes). Cebiche there is good in flavour and amount 🙂 I didn’t take a picture of it because I finished before to even think about it. But here you have one of their tiradito: Image Both cost 18€ each. Last but not least, is the Roger and Maritha’s cebiche Image and Roger’s tiradito. Image These cebiche and tiradito were tremendous and only costed 10€ + some organization + work + laughs. We really had fun 🙂 So my moral today is: if you live in Paris and you want to taste a good cebiche is not a bad idea to start by meeting some peruvians, we simply know how a good cebiche must taste like ;p

Mi Peru

7 Rue Rondelet

75012 Paris M: Reuilly Diderot

La Cebicheria (Bar à Cebiche)

16 Rue Marie Stuart

M: Etienne Marcel

El Picaflor

9 rue Lacépède

75005 Paris

M: Place Monge


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