Segundo Muelle opens at Coral Gables

Segundo Muelle is a chain of restaurants whose dishes are known for their taste, freshness and creativity. The menu includes traditional seafood as well as Peruvian, eastern and Italian cuisine prepared with exclusive, innovative recipes. Segundo Muelle was already a successful trademark and was ready to enter the International market. With multiple locations known for quality and palate- pleasing cuisine, the brand has now proudly opened their first US outpost in the heart of “The City Beautiful” in Coral Gables. Here is more information about Segundo Muelle :


According to Urban Daddy :

a Peruvian ceviche joint. One that feels like you’re heading out for a day at sea. And while that’s all great, here are three more reasons to partake in its bounty:
1. Risotto con lomo saltado. They’ve taken risotto and topped it with a flambéed sirloin steak and shoestring potatoes. That’s nice.
2. The ceviche-sushi-tiradito bar. Manned by a chef they brought with them from Peru.
3. Speaking of bars: the Pisco Chilcano made with ginger ale. And pisco. You got the pisco part, right?


According to Yelp :

Ben R – 5 Stars – 4 Sept 2014

I had the pleasure of being invited to the soft oopening of this spot and was absoultely thrilled. The ambience was top notch and the cocktails were beyond belief. I had their take on a whisky sour, with passion fruit it was amazing!!!! The fish ceviche was the freshest I’ve had in the city. For the main course I had their lomo saltado with riossoto it was a very interesting twist on a very traditional peruvian dish. For desert we had the chocolate cake which was ok, but then they brought us a cinnamon custard in a martini glass (don’t remember the name) but it was honest;ly one of the best deserts I’ve had in my life. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in the Gables.

Carol M. – 4 Stars – 24 Sept 2014

I went there for lunch with a coworker, although they don’t have lunch specials the prices are somewhat reasonable and among the $14-$18 range. They brought complimentary bread and butter and our dishes were delicious.

Carlos Z. – 5 Stars – 5 Sept 2014

Excellent restaurant. So far best Peruvian restaurant in Miami. I tried the Cebiche a los 3 Ajies, Lomo Saltado with Tacu Tacu and the Suspiro Limeno. Also Pisco Sour and Chilcanos very Good. I highly recommend it.


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