Fellow Peruvian patriots that specialize in ceviche include Hollywood's Balcones Del Peru, which has everything from shrimp and fish ceviche to squid and octopus. And at Mario's Peruvian, don't miss the mixto served with toasted corn and sweet potato. Of course, it doesn't always have to be Peruvian to be great ceviche.
Although Nobu Matsuhisa was a chef in Peru before LA, he's still known for his more Japanese creations. But Nobu Malibu has a really delicious lobster ceviche and a great view. At Petty Cash, Walter Manzke makes a richly flavored squid-inked ceviche negro with mahi mahi and mango peanuts. Josef Centeno usually has ceviche or crudo at both Bar Ama and Baco Mercat, if not on the menu than on special; try the chile shrimp with watercress ceviche at the former. Don't miss classics like La Cevicheria, where you can't go wrong with any order, but the bloody clam is pretty legendary; El 7 Mares for its ceviche tostadas; and if you aren't going to get the snook at Mariscos Chente, definitely get the simple and delicious (and hugely portioned) shrimp ceviche.
David LeFevre makes a mean Thai shrimp ceviche with coconut, cucumber and pineapple at Manhattan Beach Post. Anne Conness spices up her ceviche mixto with tortilla chips that have been tossed with ranch salt and cilantro at Simmzy's. Vegan? There's hearts of palm "ceviche" at The Pub at Golden Road. No, it's not really ceviche, but you can fool yourself if you must.