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Ceviche y Pescado a la Veracruzana

ono | Oct 26, 200401:29 AM     13

I am new to the East bay and am interested in finding excellent, authentic, fresh ceviche and pescado a la Veracruzana. Despite rave reviews about Limon in SF, I was quite disappointed in their ceviche. Perhaps I have a preference towards Mexican, Yucatan style of ceviche and am not well versed in Peruvian cuisine, but I found Limon's ceviche to be lacking in flavor and fresh ingredients like cilantro, cebolla, tomate y limon. (not to mention the 1 1/2 hour wait for our food!) It was nothing like I expected!
Unfortunately, my experiences with ceviche at other restaurants have been fish drowned in ketchup like the ceviche from Picante in Berkeley.

I like to eat anywhere that is good (from an upscale restaurant to taco truck) but I am especially interested in finding a restaurant that serves the most authentic and delicioso dishes from Mexico.

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