Mixtura is the second outpost of restaurateurs Nestor Rojas and Miguel Hilck. It lies just off Miracle Mile, inside the space that used to La Cofradia, and pieces of that restaurant are still hanging around. Inside, Mixtura offers a broad sampling of Peruvian fare that includes everything from ceviches to Peruvian-Japanese sushi rolls to paiche, a Amazonian fish, and lomo saltado, the classic Peruvian grilled sirloin. Mixtura claims to offer Peruvian “fusion” cuisine, though its menu bears similarities to many more affordable Peruvian restaurants around Miami. We recommend you stick with the classics here, including ceviche, arroz con mariscos, and skewered proteins known as anticuchos in Peru.
Mixtura Peruvian Restaurant is having an identity crisis. The Peruvian restaurant is located a block south of Miracle Mile in the space that once housed another Latin eatery, La Cofradia. The sign above the entrance still bears the former... More »
A few cosmetic bits of La Cofradia, the now-closed Peruvian restaurant that was once the best in Coral Gables, remain in the space now known as Mixtura, but that's all. Nestor Rojas and Miguel Hilck, ... More »
Award-winning Coral Gables restaurant La Cofradia has finally become Mixtura, a Peruvian ceviche/pisco eatery with an affordable menu and plenty of seafood dishes. After numero... More »
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