Ceviche and french baguettes are two things rarely found under the same roof, but such a magical place does exist in Culver City. Whether you unknowingly stop by for Peruvian food and walk out with sourdough or vice versa, you’ll hopefully leave Lonzo’s pleasantly surprised. For starters, order some beautiful honey bay oysters as an appetizer, which come with spicy rocoto pepper sauce, ponzu, and sweet red onion. They’re fresh, spicy, a tad sweet from the onion, and exactly what our bodies need after taking a pummeling from the LA sun. Decked-out marisco cocteles are also on the menu, and they luckily come in a tall glass of tart leche de tigre. This sour lemon-ají mixture is stuffed with shrimp, calamari, kampachi, Peruvian choclo corn, and chancha to create the seafood sundae of our dreams.
More spots in Culver CitySee more
Cozy Inn is a dime-sized dive bar under the 405 Freeway in Culver City and a place where competitive shuffleboard is a religion.
More Peruvian spotsSee more
El Pollo Inka
El Pollo Inka is a casual Peruvian spot with excellent food, and the original Lawndale location is a party most days of the week.
Mario’s Peruvian & Seafood Restaurant
Mario’s Peruvian and Seafood is a Hollywood spot we like a lot.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more