Restaurants rarely open exactly when they intend to, thanks to the reliably red tape-ridden, drawn-out processes of wrangling permits and overseeing construction (not to mention somehow retaining sought-after staff throughout). But Sen Sakana really takes the cake when it comes to a delayed debut, appearing three whole years after their original calculation…
If anyone knows how to do ceviche, it’s the Peruvians. Hailed as the “Jean-Georges of Peru,” Chef Gaston Acurio brings some serious culinary cred to the table, with 31 acclaimed restaurants in a dozen countries. You’ll have to overlook the gloomy decor and a few mediocre entrees, but the selection of ceviche (or cebiche as they call it) alone is worth a trip to this Washington Square Park newcomer.