Miami’s ability to stand at various cultural intersections makes it a truly great place to live and eat. Case in point: delicious Peruvian food can be found all over the city. From traditional menus to hip and trendy fusion, Miami has plenty of leche de tigre to go around. While it’s nearly impossible to list every lomo saltado and ceviche in the city, here’s a list of 13 Peruvian spots worth stopping into organized in geographic order from north to south.
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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
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