PACHAMAMA MARYLEBONE

Best Burger in London by Metro

“His burger featured an aged beef patty, pork belly chicharron, mature cheddar and avocado, topped with aji Amarillo mayonnaise (a twist on a traditional Peruvian dipping sauce made from chili, coriander and cheese), and all packed into a demi brioche bun.”

Brunch at Pachamama my Amelia Liana

“Last weekend my snapchat was quite the centre of attention as I had multiple tweets, comments and emails asking where oh where was I for brunch. It’s amazing how much attention waffles have and I don’t blame you for it – spoiler alert: they were as delicious as they looked.”

The Telegraph Review for Pachamama

“Won over by bold, flavourful Peruvian-inspired savoury dishes, I can forgive the less-than-desirable desserts.”

London's Most Unusual Brunches

“Fancy quinoa waffles, bacon naan or unlimited milkshakes for breakfast? We reveal London's quirkiest - and best - brunch spots. Come hungry...”

Pachamama Review from About Time

“Think a supper club in Peru that you’re all invited to. Pachamama argues that you can have concept for dinner, and it will taste delicious.”

Pachamama Brunch by Independent

“Pachamama in London's Marleybone area is attempting to rid us of our preconceptions with their bottomless pisco brunch menu. A stone's throw from Oxford Circus, Pachamama has been quietly gaining momentum for its inventive interpretation of Peruvian dishes.”

Pachamama Brunch by Hot Dinners

“More Peruvian news as there's a new brunch menu incoming from Pachamama this weekend and it DOES sound lovely. Plus there's the frankly dangerous sounding bottomless pisco side of it that could be completely lethal.” 

London's best new brunch menus

“Bringing Peruvian brunch to London, Pachamama launches its new ‘bottomless brunch’ menu from 25 April and with it comes a lively menu, endless Pisco Sours…”

Pachamama Time Out Review

“Peruvian plates combined finesse and flavour with aplomb. A terrific sea bass ceviche came with chunks of crunchy radish and tendrils of samphire – a nice twist.”

Bar Review by Evening Standard

“I loved the décor – it was indeed like being offered a drink at the house of the eccentric Peruvian godparents you never knew you had.” 

PachamamaReview by Guardian

“The chicharrónes may well be the poster meat for unhealthy living, but they’re heavenly.”

 

CHICAMA

Outdoor restaurants London: Best al fresco dining in the capital this summer

“Inside, Chelsea restaurant Chicama is a pastel paradise, its soft pink and blue decor given a kick with zingy Peruvian dishes spilling out of the open kitchen.”

Chicama in Foodism.com

“Chicama is a restaurant that offers a relatively thrifty menu inspired the coastal food of Peru and the bold flavours of the region.”

Best Restaurants in Chelsea

“There’s a pastel perfect, Peruvian dream waiting at the end of the King’s Road: Chicama charms without putting even a smattering of meat on its menu.”

Brunch in Chelsea: 18 of the best places to start your day

“This seafood-led Peruvian serves up a brunch that goes beyond your usual eggs royale. Diners can pick from specials which include a sweetcorn pancake topped with crab…”

The Best Restaurant in London

“The best restaurant in West London”

Chicama in GQ India

“Chicama brings Peruvian flavours to the city, with fresh and zingy ceviche. Perch yourself at the bar around the open kitchen and watch the chefs in action at this bijou restaurant on King’s Road.” 

Time Out Review for Chicama

“The Chelsea offshoot of Peruvian hotspot Pachamama.”

American Girl in Chelsea
”King’s Road has a yummy new seafood hot spot which you lovely girls must try.”

Chicama: Special seafood

“Special seafood! The dishes are very good and fine. Aside from octopus the dishes are small, the best is to take 2 or 3 or share.”

Small plates from the sea at Chicama

“It had been on my list for awhile because a) Pachamama is a really, really good restaurant, b) Peruvian food is one of my all-time favourite cuisines and c) Chicama is an all-seafood joint.”

Chicama in www.countrylife.com

“If you’re yearning for something different but like to remain in the safe haven of South West London, head to Chicama, a new Peruvian inspired delight on the Kings Road.”

Supper catch up at Chicama

“Overall, the atmosphere at Chicama was lively; the staff were friendly and the restaurant itself was a real beauty. I’ll definitely be going back again.”

Chicama Lunch by The Nudge

“And since all the plates are designed to be shared, you could find yourself sampling twice as much, depending on how hospitable your companion is feeling…”

Chicama in Telegraph Luxury

“Chicama is the second restaurant from the Pachamama Restaurant Group, whose vibey first restaurant Pachamama in Marylebone opened in 2014…”

Chicama in Evening Standard

“London's Instagram royalty often descend on this Peruvian hotspot to perfect their flat lays.”

 

PACHAMAMA EAST

Pachamama East: Top-shelf Peruvian food in Shoreditch 

“Noma-trained executive chef John Javier is also introducing an Asian element to the menu, in the form of Chifa cuisine…”

23 brilliantly boozy bottomless brunches in London

“Pachamama is a Peruvian-leaning restaurant which deals in seriously pretty plates. Weekend brunch here sees bottomless Prosecco and Bellinis, which you can mix at the table yourself, if you’re that way inclined.” 

Pachamama East in “Best restaurant in Shoreditch” by Tatler

“Everything's designed to be shared – colourful ceviche dishes; sweet and crispy plantain; sweet, oily aubergines with soy; melt-in-your-mouth chicharrones.” 

Pachamama East in Hot Dinners

“Pachamama is one of London’s strongest Peruvian restaurants so it’s great news that the group are opening a third site, this time in Shoreditch.”

Pachamama East by The Nudge

“It’s called Pachamama East, and it’s the offspring of the original Pachamama over in Marylebone, which is one of the restaurant at the tip of the Peruvian food spear that London’s food scene has been wielding so proudly over the last few years.”

Peruvian cuisine with Chinese influences in London’s Shoreditch

“But the Shoreditch menu has an identity of its own, placing the focus on Chinese ingredients such as Sichuan pepper, XO sauce, shaoxing wine and tofu and creating a space where both quinoa and yuzu ice creams live remarkably well beside each other.”

Pachamama East in Design My Night

“The menu has an emphasis on sharing, with dishes ranging from Soil, Land and Sea categories, such as the grilled hispanic cabbage and aubergine, whole jiang-glazed chicken and hand-pulled lobster noodles, and snacks such as Sichuan fried chicken.”

Pachamama East in Eater

“Eater has learnt that the Peruvian-inspired restaurant Pachamama, whose original site is on Thayer Street in Marylebone, will open a second site in Shoreditch.”

Pachamama East in Big Hospitality

“The surge of Peruvian restaurants opening in London has slowed over the last few years, but Pachamama is still on the expansion trail.”

Pachamama East in Loti Eats

“The cocktail list continues the same fusion, mixing pisco with Asian ingredients as well as featuring bubble tea concoctions too. Still can’t beat a good classic pisco sour in our book though.” 

14 Restaurants That Have Opened Just In Time For Christmas

“Pachamama East in Shoreditch is an absolutely Instagrammable must-visit, in all of its pastel shaded glory!” 

Pachamama comes to Shoreditch

“If brunch is more your thing, but you’re fed up of the same old, same old, then you should definitely check out Pachamama East’s brunch menu for something totally new: Peruvian waffles with irresistible toppings.”

Pachamama East in Bon Vivant

“The menu will focus on the Asian influences on Peruvian cuisine. The 85-cover site is split over two floors with a private dining room on the lower ground floor, which seats 16.”

Restaurant Radar: November 2018

“From a fine dining Chinese import in St. James to Pip Lacey's debut above a clothing store in Coal Drops Yard, we round up the openings you need to know about this month.”

Pachamama goes East with Asian inspired Shoreditch opening

“The team behind Pachamama will launch an east London iteration of its Marylebone Peruvian restaurant next month, with a new Asian-inspired menu.”

Pachamama East in the Jackal

Go for… The salmon ceviche with grapefruit tiger’s milk will be a tart taste sensation, while the rib eye steak with Chinese mystery sauce is the menu’s headline act.”

The Best Food and Drink Openings in November by London Calling

“…the restaurant will have its own unique menu, bringing in Peru’s widespread but relatively unknown Japanese influences.”

Pachamama East by Dojo

“The decor is very stylish: dimly lit, plants everywhere and a DJ on a literal podium like he’s playing to an Ibiza super club. But along with the excellent pisco sours, and the price tag, this all makes for what is a good celebratory spot for some of your slightly more well-to-do mates.”

The Ultimate Brunch Restaurants in London by Eater

“Whet appetites with succulent ceviches such as seabass with soy tiger’s milk, nouri and sesame, before cracking into a quinoa-based bubble waffle laden with fried chicken…”

Pachamama East in Culture Whisper

“The latest in this tradition will be well worth a visit. Pachamama’s of Marylebone is already a favourite for its take on Peruvian fare. November sees it open a new branch in Shoreditch, blending Peruvian cooking with Asian spice.”

New London Restaurants by Hot Dinners

“In a nutshell: A Shoreditch location for the popular Peruvian joint.”

The best new restaurants opening in London by About Time

“With an emphasis on sharing, the lunch and dinner menus will offer dishes from soil, land and sea categories, such as grilled hispi cabbage and smoked aubergine, whole jiang-glazed chicken and hand-pulled lobster noodles, alongside a variety of ceviches.”

Make Pachamama's Carolina cocktail with Patrón tequila

“A range of London's top bars have teamed up with Patrón tequila to create some great cocktails in celebration of National Margarita Day. This Carolina cocktail comes from Peruvian specialists Pachamama.”

 

YIU FAT NOODLE

Yiu Fat Noodle in Eater London

“It is described as “our own take on Chinese cuisine, using British ingredients & Western techniques.” The restaurant will be “a stylish, buzzing dining room in the heart of London’s China Town.”

Pachamama extends Yiu Fat Noodle crowdfunding campaign

“The Pachamama restaurant group has extended the crowdfunding deadline for its first Chinese-style restaurant, Yiu Fat Noodle.”

Yiu Fat Noodle in Big Hospitality

“The Pachamama group has launched a crowdfunding campaign to support the opening of its first Chinese-style restaurant next spring.”