Becoming everyone’s favourite raw fish dish, now holding a firm footing in a number of restaurant’s menus in Canberra, find ceviche in a number of styles and flavours. Bringing light, fresh and colourful flavours to the plate hit up one these restaurants for the best ceviche in town.


What better way to try ceviche than how it all began? Originating in Peru, our friends at Inka use traditional Peruvian flavours to bring to life the popular dish in its true authentic form. With three ceviche dishes on the menu, try kingfish with sweet potato, lime, coriander and red onion. Nikkei tuna with cucumber, sesame and finger lime. Or a vegetable ceviche with corn, tomatoes, almond milk and beetroot, all served with quinoa chips.

Bar Rochford

Always presenting artful, creative dishes to the table, Bar Rochford has a kingfish ceviche on their current menu, served with grapefruit kisho and lychee. No doubt they will have the perfect wine waiting to be served alongside this dish.

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Injecting its ‘new Asian’ cuisine into salmon ceviche, try Akiba’s version with horseradish cream, wakame, preserved lemon…and maybe a cocktail or two.


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Tipsy Bull

Designed to be shared with friends, you’ll be fighting over the very last piece of Tipsy Bull’s ceviche dish that’s on their current menu. Poke your fork into their ‘leche de tigre ceviche’ – kingfish and rice and black sesame seed crackers.

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Lazy Su

Always experimenting with interesting flavours, often ones that cater for vegans vegetarians, try Lazy Su’s persimmon ceviche with okra, avocado, konbu, verjuice and Stracciatella.


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Putting a Thai inspired spin on ceviche, Zaab invites you to try a scallop ceviche with citrus dressing, wasabi, pomegranate, radish, onion and Thai herbs. Add on one of their experimental cocktails of the week to the mix too!


Promising good times and good food, hit up Rizla for their scallop ceviche with silk sauce and baby herbs, and ask one of their wine experts for the perfect wine pairing.


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While not shying away from the all-time classics, the team at Assembly experiment with more flavours than your average pub. Get your hands on their salmon ceviche with avocado, tomato, Spanish onion and lime served with prawn crackers.