This isn’t your run-of-the-mill ceviche—a few fish chunks plus a light lime squeeze—that you might find at other LA restaurants. Ceviche Stop is a Peruvian spot in Culver City that’s doing incredible things with cured fish. It’s run by a former Lonzo’s chef, and serves dishes like The Hangover, an elaborate striped bass, tiger milk, calamari concoction offered up in a vintage soda glass. Or The Black Mamba, a weekend-only special that comes in a charcoal gray color and packed with bloody clams. Order at the counter for lunch or an early dinner, grab an ice-cold can of Peruvian soda, and try as much as you can on the menu.