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Paiche

  1. Openings
    Paiche Premiere Pushed Back To April 12Reps cite an emergency in chef Ricardo Zarate’s family.
  2. Slideshow
    First Look Into The Space, Food, Drinks, and Menus at Ricardo Zarate’s Paiche,Ricardo Zarate’s third restaurant revels in Japanese influences found in Peruvian cooking and culture.
  3. Leftovers
    Food & Wine ‘Best New Chef’ Alums Cooking at Paiche; Tam O’ShanterThe Atwater Village Scottish restaurant serves roughly 5,000 pints every March 17.
  4. Openings
    Ricardo Zarate’s Paiche Opening April 2A lottery will allow several guests into a sneak peak the Friday before it opens.
  5. Zarate Chops
    Ricardo Zarate Serving Pacu Ribs and Amazonian Oils at Paiche, Opening Spring inThe restaurant is unofficially dedicated to Amazonian efforts to preserve native species.
  6. Slideshows
    A Look Into Ricardo Zarate’s Sketchbook For PaicheThe Peruvian chef’s new dishes include wagyu black truffle tiradito and milk-fed lamb with a miso-honey glaze.
  7. Video Feed
    Watch Ricardo Zarate Break Down PaicheThe chef has refined the concept from a cevicheria to a Japanese Izakaya.
  8. Coming Soon
    Ricardo Zarate Flies a Flag For Paiche, Opening This Spring in Marina Del ReyThe Peruvian chef’s new concept is in full construction mode in the land of chain restaurants.
  9. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Mo-Chica’s ‘Ceviche Nights’ Uni DinnerRicardo Zarate and Josiah Citrin unleash four courses of urchin on Downtown.
  10. Paiche
    Ricardo Zarate Previews Paiche With Josiah Citrin, Bryant Ng, and KrisThe Mo-Chica maestro will be joined by famous friends for an uni night and six variations on ceviche.
  11. Mo' Mo-Chica
    Say Hello to Paiche, Ricardo Zarate’s Under-Construction Cevicheria in MarinaLocation revealed for Marina del Rey’s, and maybe L.A.’s, most anticipated opening of 2013.
  12. Empire Building
    Ricardo Zarate Planning Paiche, A Westside CevicheriaThe chef divulges plans for an authentic place like you’d find on the streets of Lima.