Chicama is kind of like a mash-up between a great little Peruvian place and a chic ‘hello pink velvet’ marble bar spot. That means you can either come to this Chelsea sport for a casual weeknight catch up and sit out on the patio or in the rustic front dining area, or get a little bit suave at the bar with a couple of pisco cocktails. The seafood here is alright, but what you really want to get involved in is their vegetable dishes. Special shoutout to the courgette and cornmeal beignets with chilli jam.
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