Top Ten Lunch Spots in Miami
4. Sabor a Peru
Natalia Molina This is what Peru tastes like.
People say this: eat only at busy restaurants. Well then, people, go ahead and wait two hours for a table at Ceviche 105. Us here folks will be at Sabor a Peru, a small spot on Biscayne Boulevard where the wait is short and the ceviche tastes as refreshing as angels and Justin Bieber. Fish not your thing? Feast! It's Wednesday at noon. Get the papa a la huancaína ($5.99) or lomo saltado ($12.99) -- sautéed steak with onions and tomatoes, served over white rice and covered with French fries. It's an indulgence, Pervuian-style. Wednesday done right.
3. Sushi Deli
Jacob Katel Sushi Deli greatness.
If Sushi Deli were a meme, it would be chef Michio Kushi being all like not impressed at the other sushi restaurants in town. If Sushi Deli were a reality TV show, it would be Snookie & JWOWW and be all like "I don't care about the other cast members. JWOWW and I are gonna do our own thing." Sushi Deli takes no reservations, is only open until 6:30 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday and 5:30 on Sunday, and is best when you just stop being so cheap and order a combo and tell Michio to give you whatever's fresh. Otherwise, expect to spend about $20.
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