A summer without ceviche is like a king size bed without pillows, a car without a steering wheel, or a cell phone with no provider — there’s just no point. Thankfully, the Sunnyside location of Riko Peruvian is serving several different kinds of ceviche including things like white fish, sweet potato, squid, and mussels in halved coconuts on their sidewalk patio. You can also order things like rotisserie chicken, salad, and Peruvian-style fried rice with beef here.
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