We just dined at the most phenomenal Peruvian restaurant in Miami called cvi.che 105 @ceviche105aventura ❤️
The amazing thing about Miami is it is a melting pot of so many cultures and Peruvian is one of them. The cool thing about Peruvian food aside from how delicious it tastes, is it’s strongly influenced by Japanese culture which dates back to large numbers of Japanese immigrants that came to Peru before world war 2.
I took 3 pics of our food (though there was more that we ordered) and I had to start with the dessert which blew our mind it was so good and I will definitely be trying to make it when we get home 😋
Dessert : was a cheesecake made with a Peruvian fruit called lucuma which almost had a nutty caramel fruit flavor. Hard to really describe but so delicious! The cup of caramel in the background is the more traditional Peruvian dessert which is a coconut creme caramel with a merengue kind of topping 🙌🏻 Think eating a cup of dulce de leche people- we devoured it😂 They also wrote Peru on the plate with a sauce which we thought was an instagram account tag🤦🏻♀️ It turns out that Peruvians make their letter p with swirls when spelling out Peru👌🏻 Now you all won’t make that mistake 😆
The next pic is of the Peruvian ceviche dish we ordered which is wrapped in potato slices with the ceviche inside 🙌🏻 This is definitely one of those Japanese meets Spanish culture dishes and it works beautifully!
The last is the thing I thought was so cool and delicious which was brought to the table to nibble on, Wok toasted Peruvian corn. Unlike our corn, Peruvian corn does not pop open. The inside is nice and soft though. I like it so much better than our popcorn!
If you’re ever in South Florida, this place and Peruvian food is a must try!