Not all ceviches are created alike, but you're assured of a high-quality one at Chalan on the Beach, one of Miami's standout Peruvian joints--and that's saying something. The big menu's nicely representative of the in-focus cuisine--a spectacular quilt of indigenous, European, African, Asian, and other cookery--and Chalan on the Beach's portion sizes are a friendly sight to anyone who's worked up an appetite beach-cruising or shopping.
A little seafood and Sangria's the perfect complement to a sunshiny day or breezy evening in Miami. And Peruvian food, the product of many centuries of cross-pollination between cultures, syncs beautifully with the city's multiethnic timbre.
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