With the holiday season looming, Raymi Peruvian Kitchen & Pisco Bar, is rolling out two extraordinary culinary and cocktail experiences at value-packed prices worth celebrating!
On Monday, November 4th, the restaurant launched Ceviche Censation. Every Monday from 5 pm to 7:30 pm, with endless portions of Raymi’s signature ceviches AND bottomless pisco sours for just $25…which normally does not cover the cost of a single order of ceviche with a pisco sour! The ceviches will be on a rotating basis each week: Salmon, ginger, peanuts, sesame seeds, won ton;’ Mixto, aji rocoto, shrimp, squid, octopus, sweet potato; and Corvina, lime, red onion, sweet potato, habamero , cilantro. Each pairs particularly well with the grape brandy (pisco) and citrus notes of the pisco sour, essentially Peru’s national cocktail, having been invented in Lima in the early 1920s.
On Tuesday, November 5th, Raymi added an exciting new pork-osterous value proposition to its already popular Tuesday Night Pig n’ Tails Menu of $8 pork dishes and $6 cocktails, by presenting a delectable Quarter Suckling Pig, which satisfies at least 2 to 3 people, for only $30, or half the price of the regular $60 charge. It’s served with tamal criolla, house made potato bread, charred scallions and aji verde. Other pig centric offerings on this every Tuesday evening of pork pulchritude from 5 to 10 p.m. include: Crispy Pig Ears, nuoc cham, spicy mayo, cilantro; Crispy Tails, soy, lime, Thai chili and coriander; Pork Ribs, spicy aji panca barbecue sauce; and Chicharron Steam Bun, crispy pork shoulder, sweet potato, salsa criolla achifado, spicy mayo. All at just $8, while three different pisco based cocktails are only $6.
Raymi Peruvian Kitchen & Pisco Bar is located at 43 West 24th Street. For more information or reservations, please call (212) 929-1200.