The Best Ceviches in San Diego
Don’t let the grocery-store façade fool you. The Mexican market has a rotating selection of super-fresh ceviches at the deli counter.
Scallops, octopus, bell pepper, cilantro, melon, and the silky fish sauce base leche de tigre come together in the El Chileno.
Sourcing from San Diego shores and Northern Baja, the iconic waterfront spot offers a different ceviche every day.
The Peruvian restaurant’s mixto features fish, octopus, jumbo shrimp, Peruvian scallops, New Zealand green lip mussels, and calamari.
Of all Común’s tostadas, the ceviche is king. A crispy tortilla is topped with tilapia, tomato, lime, red onion, jalapeňo, mayo, avocado, and cilantro.