While in Miami for the day in December, we decided to check out MyCeviche. While there are six locations throughout the Miami area, we happened to be in town for the grand opening celebration of their new Midtown location.
Excited to give a new place a try, I walked into MyCeviche already impressed with the set up. I love dining where I can order at the counter and watch people make my food. This way, I know I am getting the freshest ingredients. MyCeviche prides themselves on these fresh ingredients, prepping them the morning before opening each day. It’s obvious just from watching the staff put the meals together that this is the case. I was so impressed with how clean and organized everything was.
Even though I had a hard time deciding what to order, I opted for the Ceviche Bowl, since it is their specialty. The bowls come with a choice of coconut jasmine rice, greens, or organic quinoa. As well as, red onions, cilantro, jalapenos, tomato, sweet potato, and yellow corn. I had the fish on coconut jasmine rice, while John chose the burrito bowl with seared ahi tuna. His had queso fresco, Mexican crema, tomatoes, cilantro, pickled red onions, corn, and lime-spiced chips.
To go along with our meals, we chose their craft juices. These change seasonally, but our favorite was the passion fruit ginger. In fact, we had more than one cup, it was that good! We were both equally impressed with our dishes. They were flavorful and the perfect portion size.
After we finished our bowls, we eyed up the tacos someone next to us had, and we had to get one to share; we couldn’t leave without tasting it. Since we had already had the fish, we decided on the Adobo chicken taco ($2.95 for one of $8.55 for three). It was topped with pickled red onions, cilantro, radish, and queso fresco. Unfortunately, we didn’t have room in our stomachs to eat anymore, otherwise I would have ordered more. They were some of the best tacos I have ever had.
Since we were getting a taco, we also wanted to give the tostones a try. Neither of us had ever had them, but they are fried plantains, so we figured we couldn’t go wrong. I didn’t think the food could get any better, but it did. Every dish we enjoyed was consistently flavorful and well-prepared.
There are many reasons I’d love to live in Miami and now I am adding MyCeviche to the list. The fresh ingredients, convenience, and delicious options would make it a staple in my diet. They even have an app you can order from and their food is available for take out and delivery. In addition to ceviche bowls, tacos, and burrito bowls, MyCeviche serves ceviche, poke bowls, burritos, and salad. I’m already looking forward to make next trip to Miami, so I try everything else they have to offer.
John and I were guests of MyCeviche, however, that in no way affected our views. As always, all opinions are my own.
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