We love Tumi Ceviche Bar and Ristorante, tucked away off Hyannis’ Main Street and serving up an eclectic and sophisticated menu of traditional Peruvian and Italian cuisine in a refreshingly hip and welcoming setting.
The main attraction is ceviche and is described on the menu as a popular and traditional dish in South America, where the basic ingredient is raw fish, cut into bite-size pieces and marinated in the juice of an acidic fruit (usually lime), salt, and seasonings (usually chile peppers). The citric acid in the juice changes the texture of the fish, without changing its “raw” taste. Tumi offers an extensive collection of ceviche including tuna, traditional (fresh fish of the day), shrimp, oysters, mixed seafood, salmon, octopus and vegetarian.
Not sold? Not to worry there’s truly something for everyone with creative vegetarian options, an impressive selection of homemade pasta dishes and a robust menu of authentic meat and fish dishes.
In warmer months, grab a charming patio table under bright umbrellas with a deliciously tart Pisco Sour, a traditional Peruvian cocktail. In the off-season, escape for the night with a cozy glass of wine and enjoy the buzz of conversation and a delicious meal.