SuViche is a Miami-Dade based restaurant that serves Peruvian and Japanese fusion cuisine. The restaurant chain is growing fast and the newest location is going to be Fort Lauderdale, Palm beach County. The restaurant’s owners, Andrei and Aliosha Stern opened the first ever SuViche in Brickell, 5 years ago. Owing to the success of its healthy, affordable fare, prepared with fresh ingredients, the restaurant also operates from Wynwood and Miami Beach.
SuViche is highly regarded for its delicious foods and the casual dining atmosphere. According to the owners, opening a new restaurant in Fort Lauderdale was a move to bring their unique concept into a new environment. Residents and visitors of Fort Lauderdale will have a fantastic opportunity to indulge in the delicious offerings of SuViche without having to venture out too far.
The new restaurant at Fort Lauderdale will stay true to the original restaurant. However, the menu is planned to be considerably larger and include a wide range of selections. The menu will include appetizers such as sushi, tiradito, sushi and spring rolls, Peruvian dishes and delectable desserts to finish off the meal. The restaurant will also offer a fantastic selection of wines, beer and sake as well as the first ever Pisco bar in Fort Lauderdale. According to the owner, the Pisco Bar is an homage to Peru’s national liquor, Pisco. The restaurant will also feature a cocktail list of over 15 options including macerados ( a drink made from homemade Pisco infusions, spices, herbs and fruits), flavored Pisco with bitters and ginger ale along with Pisco sours. For fans of SuViche, their favorite menu items such as the White Hot Heat Sushi Roll, Saltado ( a Peruvian specialty made from steak, chicken breast or seafood sautéed together with homemade lomo sauce, tomatoes and onions), Gallina (a dish made with shredded chicken breast, aji Amarillo cream sauce and potatoes(, Pescado Escabeche ( a delicious breaded fried fish) and Arroz Chaufa ( a delicious Cantonese style fried rice made with a Peruvian touch).
The new location for SuViche is 401, East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. The restaurant will be set up in a 2900 square foot space with a seating capacity of up to 150 diners. The restaurant will also have outdoor dining space in the covered patio. Of course, staying true to SuViche’s unique tradition, the Fort Lauderdale restaurant will also feature vibrant art and centerpieces created by local artists.
The restaurant is set to offer some great promotion such as Sushi Tuesdays where you can buy one roll and get the second one 50% off, ladies night and a daily happy hour. SuViche Fort Lauderdale will also feature online ordering and delivery as well as lunch specials.