Peruvian seafood restaurant Chicama set to open in August

04 July 2016 by
Peruvian seafood restaurant Chicama set to open in August

Peruvian seafood restaurant, Chicama, has announced it will be opening its doors on 1 August at King's Road in Chelsea, London.

The 72-cover restaurant is the second opening from the team behind Marylebone's Pachamama restaurant. Headed by chef Erren Nathaniel, the menu will incorporate influences from Nathaniel's experience working in Peru and London, including Launceston Place, Viajante, Hélène Darroze at The Connaught and 28:50.

The menu at Chicama will feature no meat, but instead will rely on the fish of the day, such as Dover sole, rock bass or monkfish which will be cooked on the robata grill.

Dishes include tuna tiradito; smoked tamari egg; black radish and crispy confit seabass rolls; as well as a wide range of dishes made using local, seasonal products.

A 16-cover chefs table situated in the kitchen will be available for private bookings, while a 30-cover terrace will be open for lunch, dinner and drinks such as Peruvian-inspired cocktails, pisco, mezcal, sake and Japanese whisky.

Chicama will be open for dinner every Monday, while lunch and dinner will be on offer from Tuesday through to Sunday. The restaurant will be serving brunch at the weekend.

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