Raymi is open to the public, and we dropped by last night to dig into some of the eatery's signature ceviche. The refreshing dishes are prepared at a bar in the center of the dining room - clearly this Peruvian haunt is trying to showcase it's mastery at the seafood favorite. Big chunks of fish are mixed with citrus and sweet potato, and the servers bring out a plate of toasted corn that is meant to be sprinkled into the dish for some crunch. We tried some other things, but the cool and fresh ceviche stood out as the real gem at this place. Well, that and the Pisco cocktail. We suggest grabbing a seat at the ceviche bar and working your way through the selection.Richard Sandoval's new restaurant
On our visit, we also brought some Zagat users to get their take for a First Bite review. Stay tuned for their thoughts later today!