Ceviche, is a delicious dish made out of raw fish, or shrimp (or other ingredients) cut into pieces and cooked with lime juice or bitter orange. It’s part of the gastronomy of several countries of Latin America such as Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador; and. It’s recipe varies depending on the country and region, using different ingredients. Although there’s not an official recipe for ceviche, we all agree that it’s delicious. A while back we asked our community to share their favorite restaurants in San Jose, Costa Rica to get a good Ceviche, and here we share them with you:
- Pescadería Océano: In front of the Nuestra Señora de Ujarrás Church, in Barrio Córdoba.
- La Fuente: Central Market
- Delfines con Amor: Plaza Víquez, San José Av. 4 and Paseo de los Estudiantes.
- Marisquería El Malecón: Central Market
- Valicha Cocina Peruana: Avenida 2da, Calle 25. Barrio La California.
- Woki: Barrio Escalante.100 Este and 25 South del Fresh Market,
- Garros bar: Montes de Oca.
- Palo e la Bruja: Barrio Escalante, 100 m north from Fresh Market.
If you go, please let us know how you like it by commenting on this post or tagging us @carpechepe on your favorite Social Platform. If after tasting the best ceviches in San José, you feel like trying it at home, here we share a video from La Mamá de Los Tomates (The Mother of the Tomatoes), Adriana Sanchez: It’s in Spanish (with a lot of slang), but it’s pretty cool to watch 🙂