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This place serves creative sushi rolls and refreshing but bold-flavored ceviches. Suviche (get it?) is a gem in the chain-laden Brickell area. The Mexican-owned restaurant offers a varied menu of Peruvian-Japanese dishes and good renditions of Peruvian classics like lomo saltado, aji de gallina, and tacu tacu. Specialty dishes are maxed at $12 and sushi rolls top at $10. The most expensive ceviche will put you back $14. To make things more convenient, most dishes are sold in half portions. The ceviche Suviche ($11.95 large) bathes fresh fish cubes in a silky combination of lime juice, habañero, and a touch of mayo. Fat corn kernels and a slice of sweet potato balance out the dish. Rolls are all over the map. The Cancun ($8.50 for eight pieces) combines crispy fish, avocado, cucumber, and the Suviche signature sauce. A Miami roll ($9.50 for eight pieces) is loaded with tuna, salmon, cucumber, chives, and cream cheese topped with spicy mayo and avocado sauce. With good prices and dishes to satisfy your fish cravings, Suviche is a refreshing little spot.