Martin Morales is the chef, restaurateur and founder of the leading Michelin-Guide listed Peruvian restaurants, Ceviche Soho, Andina in Shoreditch, and Ceviche Old St, as well as the AA Rosette, awarded Casita Andina in Soho.
Martin is a pioneer of Peruvian food in Britain. He is the GQ Food & Drinks 2017 Innovator of the Year Award Winner and alongside his cooking is involved in a variety of music and arts projects including running Ceviche Old St Gallery – featuring Peru’s top 50 contemporary artists; his own Peruvian music label, Tiger’s Milk Records; and is a Trustee at the Andean children’s charity Amantani.
Martin is also the author of the bestselling cookbook CEVICHE Peruvian Kitchen, which was awarded Sunday Times Cookbook of the Year and won 3 World Gourmand Awards as well as several design awards. In October Martin released his second book ANDINA: The Heart of Peruvian Food, celebrating his love of the Andes, its dishes, ingredients, people, stories and culture.
Before becoming a chef, Martin worked with Steve Jobs at Apple as Head of iTunes Pan EU, and was a DJ for many years playing at clubs and festivals in over 40 countries with the likes of Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay, The White Stripes and Basement Jaxx.