C’Viche is a fresh-casual ceviche and tequila bar located conveniently on Lower Greenville next to Clark Food and Wine Co. This local hot spot it the perfect place to grab a quick but delicious meal that fresh and full of flavor. The funky, Latin American style of food at C’Viche is all made in-house from the freshest ingredients. The menu is simple and affordable, but don’t let that fool you: The flavors are off the charts — bright, fresh, with lots of citrus undertones and spicy notes that bring out the flavor in the meat itself. We ventured there one night to sample their menu and left with a happy stomach.
Upon entering, you’ll notice a large menu board that you can order off of. We tried a little bit of everything. I was most excited to see scallop C’viche on the menu.
There were lots of seats inside and a few on the patio. We opted to sit at the bar so we can get a full view of the kitchen. I love that there was a full bar. The cool, eclectic mix of spirits at C’viche include hand-picked tequilas, boutique rum, cachaça and pisco. The cocktail menu at C’Viche was crafted to highlight the strengths of these great spirits and features cocktails that are made fresh, hand-shaken from fresh squeezed juices. Sample the spirits straight, chilled, or in flights mixed your favorite way. A selection of local craft, Mexican and South American beer is also on tap to quench your thirst while you bask in your mental vacation.
C’Viche’s approach to fresh, flavorful seafood is a welcome reprieve for those who are health-conscious, whether they are looking to stay low-fat, low-carb or gluten-free. We started the with Tuna Crudo which is served “poke style” with tamari, ginger and scallions with chips. I couldn’t get enough of this. I’m not a huge tuna fan but the ingredients were the perfect match
- Baja, with lime, tomato, onion, jalapeño, avocado, cilantro
- Peruvian, featuring lime, shaved red onion, corn, aji chile, and cilantro
- Island, with orange, lime, coconut water, mango, ginger, serrano, and basil
- Asian, including lemon, ginger, tamari, red chili, cucumber, red onion, and micro herbs
Can you guess by the picture which we chose?
You guessed it, it’s the Baja Scallop C’viche and I couldn’t get enough! As you all know, I can’t get enough of Mexican food so the avocados, cilantro, jalapeno and scallops were the perfect match. If you’re looking for a new spot to try, I highly recommend C’Viche!
C’Viche is located at 1922 Greenville Ave. in Dallas, Texas. The restaurant is open for lunch at 11:30 a.m. daily and closes at 10 p.m. Sunday thorugh Thursday, staying open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Happy Hour is from 3-7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Convenient, free parking is located in front of the restaurant or in a lot across the street.