Ten Best Ceviches in Miami
Miami is spoiled in the seafood department. Ceviche has become so common in this city that we have come to expect gobs of it at every food event and that it make a cameo on every menu.
Ceviche is a rare combination of delicate and raw seafood in bold and zesty flavors that actually cook without heat. This is hot Miami — we don't need fire to turn flesh firm and opaque. On ceviche, the squeeze of a lime changes the chemistry of the fish and the heat of peppers to create a flavor punch that we simply can't get enough of. Because so many restaurants offer the dish, we're counting down our ten favorite ceviches in the city.
Gotta keep 'em separated.
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10. Embarcadero 41 Fusion
When Embarcadero 41 opened its first outpost in the United States last summer, the VP of operations for the Peru-based restaurant chain said, "We chose Miami because of the huge Latin influence here and the fact that we didn't have to come
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SuViche is more than a restaurant. It's a great compromise when one person wants sushi and another desires ceviche. But once you
Welcoming with ceviche.
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8. Cholo's on the Beach
Cholo's in North Miami Beach has been a favorite among locals for a long time, and its sister restaurant in North Beach seems to give ceviche new life in its
When I get my claws on you...
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7. Pollo y Jarras
Winner, winner, ceviche dinner! The ceviche
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6. Basil Park
Why let seafood eaters have all the fun? Basil Park in Sunny Isles Beach has made us rethink ceviche with its outstanding avocado ceviche ($9) with coconut milk, lime, ají
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