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    • 2011, Patricia Schultz, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, page 1044
      Line up for a table at a cebichería, where the Peruvian national dish ceviche (raw fish chunks marinated in citrus and tossed with fresh herbs and seasonings) is served at lunchtime.
    • 2011, Gerald Elias, Death and the Maiden: A Daniel Jacobus Mystery, page 131
      The ground-floor tiendas in that building sell sweets and tourist items, and there is a commendable cebichería.
    • 2012, Alonzo Cueto, The Blue Hour, link
      I went into a cebichería...

RFV discussion: October–November 2012[edit]

See Talk:cebicheria#RFV discussion: October–November 2012.