Long before this so-called ‘ceviche boom’, Rinconcito Peruano was the Peruvian restaurant in São Paulo. Famous for its old location, close to one of the roughest parts of the city center, Rinconcito Peruano was popular for serving delicious, authentic Peruvian food at low prices in comparison with São Paulo standards. As time went on, the restaurant grew, and now there are several Rinconcitos across the city.
While there is are all sorts of delicious Peruvian options on the menu, Rinconcito really excels in its ceviche, which comes in large portions and is served with a variety of different fish. The standout is the ceviche de salmón, made with cubes of salmon, which is somewhat rare to use in ceviche. The combination works perfectly however, making this a must-visit on any ceviche-lover’s list in São Paulo.