Cevicheria group Crudo has opened its brand new eat-in site on Monmouth Street in Seven Dials. The site has joined three currently existing locations in Old Street, Mare Street in Hackney, and the newly re-opened Foley Street in Fitzrovia.

The intimate 22-seater site has launched with a more expansive menu than the other sites, combining signature dishes with some exciting new additions, exclusive to the Seven Dials site, including Beef Empanadas (£7), made from sirloin steak, red peppers and red onion, Scallop Aguachile (£19), a zingy dish topped with jalapeno, lime, coriander and tomatoes and Beetroot Ceviche (£10) with ponzu sauce and avocado on corn tostada.

At lunch, Crudo’s menu is designed for the “to-go” audience, offering signature bowls as well as main menu items. Options include: Clásico Sea bass with leche de tigre, quinoa, avocado, sweet potato, cancha corn and plantain chips (£10.95), Nikkei Salmon, Ponzu leche de tigre, sushi rice, wakame, edamame, crispy onion and nori seaweed (£9.95) and Vegano Chickpeas, Rocoto leche de tigre, quinoa, avocado, sweet potato, crispy onion and plantain chips (£8.95).

Come evening, Crudo’s menu expands to include small plates, designed to be enjoyed alongside a menu of South American style cocktails, including their deservedly popular house special Pisco Sours. The main menu offers a range of tiraditos and ceviches with cured, raw fish and Crudo’s trademark Leche De Tigre at the core. This classic Peruvian marinade is made with lime juice, sliced onion, chillies, salt, pepper and fish stock.  Crudo puts their own stamp on the classic with different flavour combinations; ponzu, habanero, rocoto and more.

Unique to the Seven Dials site is Crudo’s new Pisco Sour and Oyster Happy Hour, running Monday to Friday from 3pm until 5pm: with fresh Rock and Native oysters for £1.50, Dressed oysters for £5 and 3 oysters with a pisco sour for £16. The dressed oyster menu follows the format of the ceviches; La Tradi – Traditional leche de tigre, lime, ginger, coriander, La Nikkei – Nikkei leche de tigre, soy, sesame, candied yuzu, La Mexicana – Mexicana leche de tigre, lime, cucumber, jalapeno.

Founders Maria Yanez and Carlos Socorro say of the opening “We are thrilled to bring our take on fresh ceviche to Seven Dials with this new site. The offering blends our much-loved lunch bowl options and the evening menu at Mare Street to create a really well-rounded site. And of course, we had to introduce a solid Pisco Sour happy hour to spread our house cocktail to this new audience.”

Yanez and Socorro created Crudo in 2019 after noticing a gap in the market for their beloved ceviche. The couple, both from Venezuela, met in Miami, where ceviche is the go-to quick bite, available on every street corner. Once they moved to London, the delicious dish was missing from their lives and all places serving ceviche had a high price tag. Enter Crudo! An accessible ceviche concept to introduce hungry Londoners to ceviche which has expanded into restaurants centred around their favourite dish.

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