If you’re a fan of sushi and Peruvian food in Brickell, then you’ve probably stumbled upon SuViche, South Florida’s innovative Peruvian-Japanese concept located on the 11th street side of the Camden. It’s one of four locations and while it happens to be the smallest, it’s just as delicious. On Tuesdays they are known for their Buy One Get One 50% Off sushi rolls which is a pretty good deal considering most of Brickell’s lunch prices. Desserts like the Crack Pie are sent freshly from Fireman Derek’s made to satisfy even the sweetest sweet tooth.
From the moment you enter through the front door, you are surrounded by walls decorated with phrases that give you a sneak peek into the exciting and intriguing culinary experience awaiting you. “Peruvian sauce with an Asian kick,” “Certified Awesome,” and “So good you might just drink them up,” are only a few of the many vibrant and quirky statements that act as the restaurant’s wallpaper — a telling collection of text that sets the tone for some of the most delicious and festively-constructed fusion dishes South Beach has to offer.
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Innovation and growth are two of the most important factors of any successful fast casual restaurant, and SuViche,a concept that fuses Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, is doing both remarkably well, said Aliosha Stern, co-owner.
"Unlike other fast casual concepts with a limited menu and a simple operation, SuViche is a bit different as we offera diverse menu and in some locations a full bar," he said. "This, of course, requires a more experienced operator."