Born on the streets of Miami, over the past five years this cool-kid restaurant has expanded rapidly with locations in Miami Beach, in Wynwood, and now, on Las Olas Boulevard. Co-owners Aliosha and Andrei Stern wanted to offer patrons an approachable Peruvian eatery. A clever play on words, "Su" denotes the sushi portion of the menu, and "Viche" is a nod to the restaurant's many takes on the raw fish dish, ceviche ($7-$13.95). Start with the SuViche ceviche, diced whitefish marinated in lime juice and one of consulting chef Jaime Pesaque's original sauces, sweetened with coconut milk. Flip the menu for sushi. Rolls are presented with atypical ingredients like creamy lomo or vibrant cilantro sauce. The ultimate cultural climax: the La Cruda Verdad ($12.50), a sushi roll that marries salmon, mango, and avocado for a refreshingly light bite inspired by local ingredients. Topped with ceviche-style marinated whitefish, it's the equivalent of a culinary love child between Peru and South Florida. Wash it all down with a perfect pisco sour or one of the dozens of fruit-forward macerados (infused pisco) from the city's only pisco bar.