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46. Aji Amarillo Ceviche at My Ceviche

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46. Aji Amarillo Ceviche at My Ceviche

The quality of the fish and seafood at My Ceviche is what sets this shack apart from other to-go joints; it's not really a fast casual restaurant, it's more of a traditional brick and mortar that does take out. This is because when you place an order for a taco, burrito, or purchase a container of ceviche, you walk out with the same goods that you would get at a real restaurant, with a real chef doing some really good seafood sourcing.

The shrimp version is pictured here, with skinny slices of flesh that appear like ribbons floating in "Florida citrus," which manages to carry off the distinct taste of orange without overpowering the ceviche's components. Whether you go for the shrimp, octopus or local fish mix, (medium, $11.75; large $14.75; add $1.95 for the fish) the aji amarillo is our favorite seafood soak on the menu. This popular Peruvian chile adds subtle verve to the overall flavor of whatever protein is bathed in it. The giant anchor items of corn and sweet potato worried us at first. How could all that juice be good for those types of veggies? Yet both are firm, only slightly softened on the outside from the surrounding liquid. Oh, and you may have heard, they sell Stone Crab claws too.

100 Favorite Dishes

47. Lunch Boat Special at Benihana
48. Victoria Station at The News Lounge

49. Oyster Pan Stew at Tuyo

50. Gnocchi "Romana" at Cecconi's

51. Minuta at La Camaronera's The Fish Box
52. Carolina Piggie Platter at Austen's

53. Salted Lime Pie at the Dutch

54. Chicken Parmesan at Vesper

55. Cheese Plate at The Cheese Course

56. Egg Salad BLT at The Daily Creative Food Co.

57. Strawberry Pie at Fireman Derek's World Famous Pies

58. Pork Belly and Clams at Pubbelly Sushi
59. Poached Duck Breast at Rusty Pelican

60. Bacon and Blue at Ms. Cheezious

61. Spicy Scallop Roll at Toni's Sushi Bar
62. Chicken Tikka Masala at Bombay Darbar

63. Empanadas at Go-Go Fresh Food Cafe

64. Gabby's D'Lorean Burger and Tots at the Filling Station and Garage Bar

65. Pear Apple at The Federal
66. Carne Asada Fajitas at Cinco Cantina & Tequila Bar

67. Tres Leches at Havana 1957

68. Corn Bread at Peoples Barbecue

69. Truffle Artichoke Soup at Villa Mayfair

70. Portobello Mushroom Sandwich at the Café at Books & Books

71. Grilled Wings at Shuckers Bar & Grill

72. Turkey and Prosciutto With Fresh Mozzarella at La Sandwicherie

73. Creamy Tahini With Hummus at Broken Shaker

74. Kobe Burger at CG Burgers

75. Brie Mozzarella Sticks at the Local

76. Paleta de Elote at La Michoacana Paleteria

77. Strawberry Fields Roll at I Love Sushi

79. Pork Rillettes at Buena Vista Deli

80. Chicken Fricassee at Le Bouchon Du Grove

81. Bacon & Egg Udon at Gigi

82. Wagyu Gunkan at SushiSamba Dromo

83. Grilled Tiger Prawns at Mare Nostrum

84. The Lokal Burger at Lokal

85. Porchetta Sandwich at Salumeria 104

86. Nitro Ice Cream at Haven Gastro-Lounge

87. Red Burger at Red Restaurant

88. Carnitas Torta at Mercadito's Taqueria

89. Bone Marrow Ropa Vieja at Eating House

90. Mushroom-Crusted Grouper at the River Seafood & Oyster Bar

91. Crispy Pork and Onion Salad at Hiro's Yakko-San

92. Moqueca Brazileira at Pearl Restaurant & Lounge

93. Corvina at Edge Steak and Bar

94. Spiked Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity 3

95. Egg Custard Tart With Black Truffles at Philip Ho

96. Soft Pretzels at Mister Collins

97. Serrano Ham Croquettes at Crazy About You

98. The Elena Ruth Sandwich at Sergio's

99. Chow Fun at Chow Down Grill

100. Grilled Artichoke at Peacock Garden Cafe

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