Thursday, November 15, 2018

Ceviche Festival with Villa Peruvian Restaurant

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click image Visit Villa Peru Restaurant for the Ceviche Festival on Friday and  Saturday. - VILLA PERU MODERN PERUVIAN CUISINE
  • Villa Peru Modern Peruvian Cuisine
  • Visit Villa Peru Restaurant for the Ceviche Festival on Friday and Saturday.

Ceviche is not something many desert-dwellers eat very often, but one local restaurant is working to mix that up. Villa Peru Restaurant will be hosting its bi-annual Ceviche Festival this weekend that will be offering 12 different types of traditional Peruvian ceviche dishes!

The various Peruvian ceviche dishes will be made to order, combining the freshest seasonal catch, cured with a leche de tigre citrus-based marinade of lime and ají peppers. Different ceviche dishes will include mahi mahi fish, shrimp, octopus, scallops, black shell clams and mushrooms.

Enjoy live music during night-time hours including a guitarist and harp player, while enjoying tasty seafood dishes.

So how does it work? The festival is free to get in and each of the different ceviche dishes are individually priced. It is definitely worth it to head over to the festival as many of the ceviches are not on the restaurant's regular menu, meaning this weekend is your only chance to taste them!

The festival will be on Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 17 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Villa Peru Restaurant is located on 1745 E River Road.

Save the date and make a reservation with Villa Peruvian Restaurant by calling (520) 900- 7310 or through the online reservations website.

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