Making ceviche is serious business in Peru and walking into London’s first Ceviche bar is evocative of entering Bar Juanito, one of Lima’s oldest, most traditional bohemian hangouts. Founder Martin Morales, whose father is English and mother is Peruvian, has devised a lively and laid back space lined with wooden furniture and colouful graphics, while his menu offers delicious dishes such as Peru’s legendary Don Ceviche (seabass in chilli tiger’s milk) or whipped potato cakes, stuffed with fresh crab or prawns. The obligatory Pisco sours are also on offer, as well as a selection of vintage cocktails such as Duncan Nicol’s Pisco Punch, based on native Andean and Amazonian fruits and herbs.