Edgewater’s Sabor a Perú is a great Peruvian spot that usually has a small group of people on the sidewalk waiting for a table. Sign your name on the sheet of paper by the door and join them because the crispy jalea, chaufa de pollo (chicken fried rice), and cheesy potatoes are worth the wait. And their lomo saltado - a huge plate of sliced steak, white rice, and french fries - is also a good choice if you’re very hungry.
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Mamma Leone Bakery
Mamma Leone is a small Italian bakery in Edgewater that serves very good paninis and stuffed focaccia. Come here for a quick lunch or breakfast.
1811 is a Uruguayan and Paraguayan food truck that parks in Edgewater. They have great sandwiches, including a chivito.
Rincon Escondido Cafe
Rincon Escondido is a tiny spot in Edgewater that does Spanish tapas and some Argentinian plates. It’s good for a quiet dinner or casual meal.
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Divino Ceviche is a good Peruvian restaurant in Coral Gables that serves some hard-to-find Amazonian specialties.
Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar
Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar in Kendall is an affordable Peruvian spot with solid ceviche.
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Mignonette is a slightly upscale seafood spot on the edge of Downtown where you can find some of the best oysters in town.
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