Find out what Peruvian restaurants to try in Sunny Isles Beach. Located on the southeast tip of Florida, Sunny Isles Beach is set on a barrier island surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Halfway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Sunny Isles Beach is the perfect relaxing escape and includes two miles of fine sand. Visit the landmark fishing pier or enjoy the area's abundant outdoor activities, such as snorkeling.
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5 based on 1990 reviews
CVI.CHE 105 is a ten-year award-winning Peruvian restaurant located in the cosmopolitan city of Miami. Known for their vast selection of creative and unique ceviches, amongst several other traditional dishes, CVI.CHE 105 has risen to represent Peruvian ga
If you like Peruvian food and you are in Miami make sure to come to this restaurant. It is absolutely delicious. We have tried most of their ceviches and love all of them. There is one in particular that even won a prize in Florida but cannot remember the name (ask the waiter) I can also recommend the grilled octopus and the chaufa. The service is always phenomenal, you can see that they put a lot of effort in their staff trainings because all of the waiters that have served us are very professional and polite. The atmosphere is great, the service is very good, the food is fantastic.
4 based on 228 reviews
Brings to every experience the most typical Peruvian dishes through unique creation of dishes with a touch of gourmet. Providing a truly gastronomic and cultural experience, always maintaining a mystic and elegant environment that makes it unique. INKA Pe
Warm, friendly greeting from the owner. This was our first time eating Peruvian food and he was very helpful navigating the menu. We started with drinks, Pisca, followed by the Skirt steak. The medium rare steak along with the squash, zucchini, and asparagus were grilled to perfection. The weather was gorgeous the night of our visit so even though indoors was quite inviting with intimate ambiance galore we chose to sit outside. Super memorable evening, Iâll always remember this anniversary lovingly!
4 based on 147 reviews
Authentic Peruvian cuisine
If you don't like this restaurant then you don't know good food. The chef is a wizard and this place is amazing -- his last restaurant Adriana was also amazing. I hope this restaurant is open forever but I think they closed for the summer recently and hopefully they are open again this winter and forever.
4 based on 28 reviews
Owned by Wilkins Luque and Chef Ammy Carhuapoma EL TAYTA offers you one of the most flavorful experiences in Peruvian Cuisine, following the real recipies the way mom use to cook it, a huge variety of dishes that will seduce your taste buds, great service
We found ourselves lunching at El Tayta after having reached the point of hunger, where you are ravenous and impatient for the food to hit the table. To our delight, every freshly made-to-order dish arrived quickly, steaming hot and smelling like heaven on a plate. Recommendations from the starving masses, Appetizer: Papa a La Huancaina - Peruvian style yellow potatoes in spicy cheese sauce, accompanied by hard-boiled eggs and black olives; Soup: Aguadito de Mariscos - seafood in a light tasty broth served with rice; and Main: Lomo Saltado Tayta - beef strips, sauteed with onions and tomatoes, served with rice and fries. Each of these were delicious samples of traditional Peruvian fare which we found filling, served with excellent courtesy and worth every penny. I had the mango smoothie, my sister and cousin had the passion-fruit. For fun, we also sampled the Chicha Morada. This is a uniquely Peruvian, non-alcoholic, sweet drink made with purple corn (Maiz morado in Spanish).
4 based on 47 reviews
If you are looking for pig, dog and pigeon (animalistic) treatment, then go there! The waiter treated my partner and i like animals. He had no heart or compassion. It was not until i reviewed the check that it explained why, we were ignored and not even asked, how was the food? They applied a mandatory 15% tip on all orders. How dare they!!! They are unattentive, inhumane and cold :(Somehow, i have to believe that the reason for the unsavory food is becase the cook is NOT Perivian. Plus, the bad unemotional customer service has to be that the waiter is only there for the medical. He needs to be trained! Working within the USA's Food Service industry, one has got to be Customer Centric and love to service/work with people.I have visited two add'l restaurants (El Tropico & Very Crepe) which are both next-door and their Service is surperb! Hence, it is not the neighborhood or the client-base which is wrong! It is the employee and management of Pachamamma who are fueling and serving bad food/customer service.
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