By Laura Nickoll

A modern all-day ‘picanteria’, this buzzy Shoreditch sibling of Martin Morales’s more upscale Ceviche (Martin being the unofficial British ambassador of Peruvian cuisine) is anything but dull. An ideal place to introduce children to fish ‘cooked’ in citrus juice, the large two-floor space majors in ‘superfood’ (however dubious that moniker is) from the Peruvian Andes – expect quinoa and chia seed to make frequent appearances.

What to eat? Savour a textbook pisco sour with your ceviche, corn snacks and vivid plates of ‘street’ food or protein from the grill

Pipsqueak tip Younger palates can opt for the kids’ menu, which includes a main, side and drink: Peruvian mac & cheese, beef steak with salsa dip or calamari and assorted ice creams for pud.