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November 14th, 2011
LocalEats: Miami Restaurants: Top 100 Ceviche 105 105 NE Third Ave Miami, FL 33132 Average Cost: $$ Phone: 305-577-3454 Categories: Latin/South American, Seafood Features: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly From the restaurant’s website: “CVI.CHE 105 Invites you to enjoy the most exquisite traditional Peruvian dishes in a modern presentation, in […]
November 10th, 2011
We are pleased to announce our partnership with ‘The Monkey Shuttle’ and that we are now providing free transportation for our costumers in the Downtown Miami Area. In order to use this free service please follow these 2 simple steps: – Call (786)352-8762 to inform them that you want to come to our restaurant (10 […]
August 15th, 2011
Ingredients: – 8 oz corvina fish already cut in squares – Fresh lime juice (6 limes) – A drop of minced garlic – 1 chopped Peruvian Aji limo – A dash of fresh cilantro (diced) – A hint of rocoto pepper – Salt & pepper for taste – 1/2 of red onion in slices * […]
August 15th, 2011
Ingredients: * For the causa: – 1 “MakiSu” (bamboo mat) – 6 Peruvian yellow potatoes – 3 tablespoons of reduction of yellow pepper (see sauce below) – Fresh lime juice (2 limes) – Salt, pepper for taste * For the filling: – 6oz of Crab meat – 2 tablespoons of Mayonnaise – 5 strips of […]
July 28th, 2011
Ingredients: – 100 grams of crab meat – 100 grams of smoked salmon – 1/2 lb of jumbo shrimps – 1/2 lb of jumbo shells (scallops) – 1 lb pappardelle pasta – 100 grams of parmesan cheese – 1 white onion – 5 garlic cloves – 1 stick butter – 6 oz white wine – […]
July 14th, 2011
Celebrate Peruvian’s Independence Day at Ceviche 105. Come and Join us on Thursday, July 28th, 2011 from 8pm to 1am*. Enjoy live Pena Criolla and an international DJ by Tony Succar & Mixtura Band. *Restaurant will close from 6pm to 8pm for proper organization of this special event!
July 1st, 2011
Ceviche, once a fabled dish of raw fish macerated in juices from an exotic, foreign land known as Peru, is now almost as common in Miami as chicken fingers. But only a few restaurants make it well, and few do it better than CVI.CHE 105 in downtown Miami.
June 21st, 2011
Mucho antes de que el boom de la gastronomía peruana estalle, Juan Chipoco había emprendido viaje a EE UU y soñado con deslumbrar un día a paladares latinos y norteamericanos a punta de cebiches y tiraditos, delicias que añoraba con nostalgia de inmigrante en Miami.
June 18th, 2009
Peru has one of the most interesting fusion cuisines in South America, melding Asian and European influences with native elements. At Cvi-Che 105 in downtown Miami, chef/co-owner Juan Chipoco makes it even more interesting by playing with tradition.