Ceviche is the perfect dish for this final flare of summer. It’s light and refreshing, consisting of fish or seafood in a lime-based marinade that you’ll find yourself sipping when the fish is all gone. Nearly every country in Latin America has a version of ceviche, but in Montreal, the ceviche is almost always either Peruvian or Mexican.
Peruvian ceviche is distinguished by the addictive, milky-white leche de Tigre marinade, which is full of garlic, lime, and briny seafood flavour. Mexican ceviche is usually spicier, and can contain a little bit of ketchup, avocado and green olives that go perfectly with the marinated seafood. And there’s ample options for both here.Read More