Brickell is now welcoming their newest hot spot for fresh, high quality food with chic yet casual ambience. 1111 Peruvian Bistro is bringing Miami a new taste of the best Peruvian cuisine, a place for locals and tourists to be drawn to because of their reasonable prices and exceptional ingredients. They’ve opened just two days ago at 1111 SW 1st Ave Suite 106D. Here is more information about 1111 Peruvian Bistro :
According to New Times :
“1111 Peruvian Kitchen’s concept is one best described in its hashtag: #HonestKitchen. Partner Monteverde explains, “The concept stands for the fact that everything in our menu is not something that we are selling you but, rather, we are giving you — meaning we’re not writing ‘filet mignon’ and giving you an inferior cut; we’re not saying ‘fish of the day’ and giving you swai or tilapia. You’re gonna get corvina, snapper, yellowtail, never anything of a lesser grade. We’re not in the market market; we’re in the fresh-product market. Bringing Peru’s latest trends to a small and open kitchen in Brickell is no easy task, but Chef Muñoz has taken to his role as ambassador well. In contemporary Peruvian kitchens, the focus has shifted back to tradition and coaxing flavors out of the best ingredients. In the classic lomo saltado, a perfectly cooked filet mignon comes with the usual accoutrements of red onion, tomato, potatoes, and rice pilaf. At $36, it’s the priciest entrée, but it’s a satisfying plate.” written by Abel Folgar.
According to Eater :
“The kitchen is helmed by executive chef, Geancarlo Mayorga, along with chef and partner Diego Munoz, who has done stints in kitchens like El Bulli, Mugaritz in Spain and most recently Astrid y Gaston in Lima. On their menu expect plenty of classic Peruvian dishes with an Asian twist like a variety of seafood options, lots of ceviches, antichuchos along with meat options such as filet mignon and duck prune terrine marinated in Peruvian sauces.” written by Olee Fowler.
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