Peruvian, Sandwiches, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 18:00
$$$$ Price range per person up to $10
Unit HP, 502 W 30th St, Austin
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Austin, Texas, USA

This restaurant is famous for serving Peruvian cuisine. Ceviche7 offers you nicely cooked fish ceviche, lomo saltado and belly pork. Order good lemon juice.

The cheerful staff reflects the style and character of this place. Fabulous service is something guests agree upon here. You are to be pleasantly impressed with attractive prices at this spot. As a number of visitors affirm, the atmosphere is peaceful. This restaurant has gained 5 Yelp-branded stars for the charm of this place.

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Have eaten at this food truck several times now and I am always amazed by how good the food is. The guy working here is actually from Peru so all of his cooking is very authentic. He is also super friendly. My only complaint is the wait is pretty long, but if you willing to hang out for a bit or order ahead then it is well worth it.
This food is so freaking good! It takes a little while for him to make it, because he makes it from scratch, so factor that in—but it’s not THAT long and it’s worth the wait. You can order and then walk around for a bit and come back. It’s also just a small food truck w only one table so be prepared to take the food elsewhere to eat it.
David Flores is single-handedly serving up THE BEST Peruvian food in Texas. He is extremely tenacious yet incessantly modest, though there's nothing modest about these intense Peruvian dishes. It's an enigma as to how such a tiny truck can be the home of such impactful food. My husband is Peruvian. I love Peruvians. Therefore, I love Peruvian food. That's right... I've got a marriage certificate to back up my dedication to lomo saltado and anticuchos. So when I heard about Ceviche7 having food as good as abuela's, I had to experience the hype. The wait times are notoriously bad (as they are at all good Austin food spots), but what do you expect from a one-man show? To save time, we placed our order via phone, and David offered to call us when it was time to leave the hotel. At 10:45 pm, my hubby, kiddo, and I arrived to pick up our order: Lomo Saltado, Anticuchos (beef), Arroz Chaufa, and of course, Ceviche de Pescado. Everything was ready except for the arroz chaufa. The intoxicating aromas were too much to withstand. It was freezing cold outside, but with a cup of rocoto sauce in one hand and a fork in the other, I threw self-control to the wind. The lomo saltado (made with quality beef tenderloin) was more complex than the hundred I'd had before it. The anticuchos were well marinated, seared to perfection, and pleasantly tender, unlike the chewy shoe soles I'm used to. My two beef dishes disappeared in record time. As we waited for the fried rice, David surprised my daughter with some french fries and ketchup. Moments later, the fries had also disappeared, and it was time to head back with our arroz chaufa and ceviche. The arroz chaufa was delicious with its hints of peppers, cumin, and ginger... but the *real* standout was the ceviche. Stuffed to the brim, I collapsed into my hotel bed, completely flustered with anticipation... I just couldn't handle it. Still laying there, I carefully guided the ceviche to my face hole. Peruvian Mahi Mahi and lightly fried sweet potato sopped up the leche de tigre in a glorious way. The boiled sweet potatoes were sweeter and creamier than I could fathom. Yes, I devoured an entire ceviche in bed. Yes, I was in tremendous pain from the blatant gluttony. And, yes, it was totally worth it. David not only made me want to pack my bags and move to Austin, but he showed me what Peruvian food is *supposed* to taste like. If you come to Austin without visiting Ceviche7, you're doing yourself a disservice.
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Address
Unit HP, 502 W 30th St, Austin, Texas, USA
Features
Outdoor seating Takeaway Сredit cards accepted No delivery No Wi-Fi Parking No booking No TV Not wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 18:00-00:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 18:00-23:00
WednesdayWed 18:00-23:00
ThursdayThu 18:00-00:00
FridayFri 18:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 18:00-00:00

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