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El Rincón De Chabuca is a small Peruvian spot in Miami Beach with easy parking. Small wooden tables, Peruvian artifacts, and even a little guitar sitting on a chair add to its personality. Live music and the scent of traditional dishes such as ceviche and pescado a lo macho fill the air. The restaurant's cooks utilize fresh ingredients sent directly from Peru. Appetizer selections are split into cold and hot categories. The first includes avocado salad and ceviche de pescado and the last features veal heart and Peruvian corn. Some standout entrées are pollo a la brasa (rotisserie chicken), arroz chaufo mixto (rice with chicken and beef), and snapper. A list of Peruvian wines is impressive as well, and bottles range in price from $12 to $19.50.
Nobody denatures raw-fish proteins in citrus juices like the Peruvians. So it should come as no surprise that this low-key restaurant that calls itself Chabuca's Place, dedicated to the memory of famous Peruvian composer Chabuca Granda, serves some damn good ceviche for $12. Get it Chabuca-style and you'll get to try an unusual starchy corn from Peru. If you must have your fish tempered with heat, there are plenty of dishes from which to choose, including an excellent mixed seafood platter... More »
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