Eduardo's journey began as a humble helper in a Greek restaurant tucked away in the bustling streets of New York City. He worked hard in the kitchen, absorbing every detail of the Greek dishes prepared around him, and was eventually chosen by the departing head chef to be his successor. Eduardo honed his skills and learned the ins and outs of the culinary arts - he attended a prestigious culinary institution, graduated with honors, and continued his career as a chef in Greek and Italian restaurants along Park Avenue.
From New York to Sunny Florida
Despite his talent and expertise, Eduardo faced discrimination. Many restaurant owners were hesitant to give him the opportunities he deserved. Frustrated, yet undeterred, he relocated from New York to Florida and took a temporary detour working in real estate. Working tirelessly, Eduardo saved every penny he could, and, after closing a big deal, finally amassed enough funds to open Ceviche House, his own Peruvian restaurant in Orlando.
The American Dream Becomes a Reality
With each dish he serves, Eduardo shares a piece of his heritage, intertwining his Peruvian roots with the flavors he learned from his journey. Ceviche House is a true testament to Eduardo's commitment, proving that pure hard work, dedication, and perseverance are the ingredients needed to achieve the American Dream.