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8.0

Ceviche7

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We’re not sure what happened to Ceviches 1-6, but if they were involved in the lead-up to Ceviche 7, then we’ll gladly tip our hats as necessary. Ceviche 7 is a small Peruvian food trailer near campus that’s only open in the evenings. The wait times can get pretty long since they also have a full menu of things like lomo saltado and arroz chaufa, so we recommend calling ahead if you don’t want to spend too much time waiting at one of the two tables out front. Order the ceviche, and you’ll eventually be met with a beautiful bowl of diced mahi mahi, dressed in lemon and lime juice with spicy peppers and crispy corn nuts. But as much we love the fish in this, the boiled sweet potatoes might be our favorite part of the whole dish—they add a perfect balance to the spicy, sour dressing. 

Nicolai McCrary

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