Where can you find the Best Ceviche in South Florida?January 6, 2016
South Florida has some killer ceviche that is a favorite thing brought to the area from the Moors. The Moorish women from Spain first introduced it to Peru when they accompanied the conquistadors and colonizers into South America. Now that it’s become a regular menu item scattered throughout Latin America, it’s made its way to South Florida in which locals are requesting the Peruvian dish left and right.
It’s a popular nighttime dish in restaurants around the area today. Here is a look at where you can try this Moorish dish and you’ll be surprised to learn that many of these restaurants have a Japanese influence.
My Ceviche – 235 Washington Avenue, Miami
What better place to go than a restaurant that has it in their name? My Ceviche is located in Miami and has been serving the dish since opening in 2012. It’s a highly popular restaurant in South Florida that started small with one store and has expanded rapidly.
Tourists and locals alike love their fresh seafood and chicken. Typically made by utilizing lemon and lime to cook and tenderize shellfish and fish, you can customize it with your choice of lime-infused fish, octopus or shrimp.
Sr. Ceviche – 2086 N University Dr, Pembroke Pines
Sr. Ceviche is another great stop in South Florida for the Peruvian dish. You’ll love their presentation of the beautiful menu item and you can’t beat the taste. It’s not only known for being flavorful but also for sticking to tradition. It’s a local favorite even for vegetarians.
SuViche – 1119 16th Street, Miami Beach
In Miami Beach, you have to stop into SuViche for an infusion of Japanese and Peruvian foods. The restaurant opened in 2010 and expanded into a chain after becoming a local hit. You’ll love their simple and healthy menu at affordable prices. Plus, all of their meats and vegetables are fresh and meals are served in generous portions.
Whether you are a meat eater or vegetarian, you have to try ceviche at one of these stops around the area!