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Best Ceviche Miami 2010 - D. Rodriguez Cuba

D. Rodriguez Cuba

D. Rodriguez Cuba

101 Ocean Drive

Miami Beach, FL 33139


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Doug Rodriguez isn't the daddy of ceviche; the practice of macerating seafood in citrus juice precedes him by quite a few years. One can say, however, that the renditions he has created locally first at Yuca, then OLA, and now at D. Rodriguez Cuba are the mother of all ceviches: snapper marinated with sour orange and topped with a dice of conch, tomato, red pepper, crisp onions, and garlic ($15); salmon with lemon, chives, jalapeño, and dill over yogurt and cucumber granita ($15); shrimp, lobster, clams, octopus, and crab with celery, cilantro, tarragon, grapefruit, and lime juice ($18). These kooky, creative, and ultimately delectable concoctions are to lime juice/onion/cilantro ceviche what Lady Gaga is to Joan Baez. Macerate on that for a while.
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The best Ceviche in Miami came from a Cuban Restaurant and not a Peruvian Restaurant?! This is an outrage!


best ceviche is the most simple, just made at request. Fresh! no citrus fruits, no other fruits, no trying diferent peppers. Key limes, onion, cilantro, aji limo, salt pepper and of course the proper fish