Poco Loco is a modern Latin American restaurant where the flavors of traditional dishes meet today’s urban Latin lifestyle. Poco Loco’s cuisine aims to create sophisticated dishes from the South American continent, which are mainly coined by the influence of countries likes Peru, Mexico and Japan - stemming from the fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine known as Nikkei. The roots of this fusion lie in the importance both traditions give to fresh fish - combined with limes, corn, aji peppers, yucca and the many varieties of potatoes which Peruvians prize so highly. These flavor combinations bring together the best of the elegant and delicate cuisine of Japan with the freshness and spicy punch of Peru. The food is delivered to the table in grazing-style on a first prepared – first served basis, that are designed to be shared offering diners a selection of small plates and larger dishes, alongside an innovative range of mocktails.