Once known for its strip joints, noisy boozers and Italian cafés, London’s Soho is constantly re-inventing itself. One of the newest arrivals is Ceviche in Frith Street, a narrow, bustling space which serves flavoursome, no-nonsense Peruvian fare, including some toothsome ceviche. Food arrives in a series of compact share plates, ranging from Tuna Manu (line-caught yellow fin tuna ceviche) to Choripulpo (marinated and braised octopus and chorizo skewer) and Lomo Saltado (flame cooked beef fillet). The dishes are authentically Peruvian, but as a concession to the English palate “proper” chips are served – as is chilled beer and heavy-duty Pisco Sours. This place gets packed, so book in advance. Open daily for lunch and dinner.