Neighbourhood dining South American concept, Peru Perdu has announced it will return from Wednesday 19th May, offering guests a mirrorball of activity to revel in.
The bold, bright pink restaurant will once again throw open its doors and delight guests with its playful South American influenced small plates, sharing dishes, U.W.A steaks and ceviche.
Peru Perdu has also seen a number of new exciting additions to the menu, including Veuve Clicquot Champagne Oyster Dangler, sweetcorn and mozzarella empanadas, watermelon ceviche, Ecuadorian prawn ceviche, padron peppers, Chilean wagyu fillet graded 9 (highest Wagyu in the world is graded 12), and churrasco seabass.
The acclaimed Peru Perdu Sunday roast will make its welcome return, serving up dishes packed full of Peruvian flavours, guests can choose from three roast options, all £16, with beef – Churrasco Picanha, chicken – Pollo la Brasa and vegan Chimichurri Cauliflower with Truffle Gravy, all served with a host of sides.
Making sure furry friends also are included in the fun, Peru Perdu will serve a complimentary dog Sunday roast, with the option of chicken or beef, veg and bone gravy. Available when two or more guests are dining.
Bottomless Bloody Marys are available for £15 pp and Bottomless Pisco Sours for £20pp.
Peru Perdu will also serve up the perfect Bank Holiday Monday on the 31st May, open for roast dinners from 12pm – 6pm.
The acclaimed Veuve Clicquot Brunch, taking place on the last Saturday of every month is back for good, with Saturday 29th May fully booked and June 26th going fast.
Hosted by fabulous queens Xander Helsby and Malibu The Doll, guests can enjoy a Peruvian inspired brunch and Veuve Clicquot Champagne. For £35, guests will be treated to a two-course brunch paired with a refreshing glass of Veuve Clicquot, expertly poured from show-stopping Jeroboams.
Optional add ons include a second glass of Veuve Clicquot + Champagne Oyster Dangler for £20 and Bottomless Bloody Marys or Pisco Sours for £20 per person for two hours.
Peru Perdu will also offer a monthly ceviche masterclass, taking place on the first Saturday of the month, starting on 3rd July. Guests can gain a unique insight into the mechanics & flavourings of Peru’s most famous dish – Ceviche.
Starting with a House Pisco Sours at the bar before moving on to the Ceviche station where the chef will walk through the history of the dish, preparation, flavouring and the most truly exceptional ceviche recipes that will be sure to impress all. After the masterclass, guests will then be seated for a full feasting menu showcasing the best of Peru Perdu’s menu. For more information or to book, please click here.
Peru Perdu will reopen on Wednesday 19th May with new menu additions, events and Sunday roasts.
To book a table please click here.
Peru Perdu is the UK’s first restaurant to be painted fully in the Eaton House Studio paint collection, with the walls painted vibrant shades of pink, a kaleidoscope of neons and pastels to create an aesthetically adventurous surrounding for guests.