June 2019: This seafood-heavy Latin cuisine continues to thrive, which means it’s time for a quick update to our list of the best Peruvian restaurants in Miami. Among the new additions are two spots housed inside food halls (another growing trend in the city): Itamae, a Peruvian sushi shop at St. Roch market helmed by sibling duo Valerie and Nando Chang; and 33 Kitchen, whose simple and elegant five-ingredient ceviche shines at Time Out Market Miami.
You won’t find any shortage of Cuban restaurants in Miami or places that serve delicious Cubanos in Miami. What you might be surprised to know is that the city also abounds in Peruvian restaurants. Whether it’s casual ceviche spots or trendy Nikkei joints, the spate of Peruvian restaurants in Miami is quite remarkable. And the breadth of eateries only continues to grow, as more options pop up across Brickell, Kendall and neighborhoods beyond. Ready to tuck into fresh ceviche, sizzling lomo saltado and other Peruvian staples? We’ve got you covered with these picks.