Ceviche by the Sea in Fort Lauderdale: a First Glance
Peruvian food is kind of a big deal these days. Ceviche, one of the country's most famous dishes, was once strange and exotic, but now pops up on menus all over the place. From high-end dining establishments on Palm Beach to tiny mom and pop shops, Peruvian influence is everywhere. And it's growing.
Not that my guest and I really knew what to expect, but we were a bit taken a back by the interior. Sleek modern lighting fixtures, warm sage green walls juxtaposed next to crisp white walls prominently displaying beautiful gold Inca artifacts. Apparently, these are direct copies of the masks found at Machu Picchu. Speaking of which, just past the hostess stand, is a huge photograph of the ancient site itself. Nestled in a shopping center, we did not expect the interior to be as contemporary and well put together.
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