Japanese Peruvian fusion restaurants are a dime a dozen in Miami these days, and with good reason. Peruvian food has a lot of Japanese influences. I had been eyeing Sokai for a while, and even walked in once to take a look at their menu and felt my jaw drop at their prices. Still, I
Embarcadero 41 caught my attention a few months ago for being a Peruvian restaurant that was slightly on the fancier side. Since it’s located in Downtown Miami, and hard to get to (parking in Downtown is always a nightmare), it took me a while to get myself to go check it out.
Skip to Recipe About a year and a half ago, I was introduced to Peruvian-style pollo a la brasa (rotisserie chicken), and have been hooked ever since. Even now, I crave it at least once a week. It’s really not a taste that can be put into words if you are accustomed to store-bought or
If you’ve never had Peruvian food, then you are missing out. I had heard of Ceviche 105 from when they participated in Miami Spice last year, but never got around to making it over there. A recent glance at their web site showed that the owner had opened a Peruvian roast chicken restaurant next door