Seafood Restaurants in Palm Springs

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In 2010, a young couple enlisted the help of chef Ernesto Vargas to open Ceviche Inca Restaurant in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District. Vargas draws on more than 15 years of experience in Peruvian cooking to prepare specialties such as moist, flavorful pollo a la brasa, lomo saltado steak, and fresh ceviche, which he marinates in lemon juice before beautifully presenting it scooped into shells. The restaurant's decor is simple, with white tablecloths, potted plants, and wall-to-wall windows that let in streaming sunlight or the gentle glow of nearby firefly conventions. On Saturday nights, musicians entertain diners with live music.

4204 West 16th Avenue
Hialeah,
FL
US

Los Ranchos makes sure that nearly everything on your plate is prepped in-house. There are homemade pork sausages, homemade french onion soup, and homemade sauces, from a spicy jalape?o cream to a mushroom and sherry wine sauce. The latter covers the petit mignonetas?two 3-ounce beef tip medallions from the menu's steak section.

All of the charbroiled specialties have Spanish monikers, speaking to the restaurant's Mexican and South American influences. The signature steak churrasco is 12 ounces of center cut tenderloin steak, a much lighter cut than sirloin or a two-story porterhouse. Rancheros and fajitas round out the list. Los Ranchos serves seafood as well, with plenty of shrimp dishes in addition to lobster and fish. For dessert, try sweet bites of tres leches cake and flan.

1645 W 49th St.
Hialeah,
FL
US

Part seafood grill, part fish market, Don Camaron Seafood Grill Restaurant is completely dedicated to fresh fish. At the market, the knowledgeable staff assists guests with selections of domestic fish and crustaceans such as grouper, red snapper, and, when in season, Florida lobster and stone crabs. Likewise, the grill's chefs prepare a wide range of seafood-oriented dishes, ranging from shrimp alfredo to ceviche to salmon. For its presence at the Miami Marlins' stadium, Don Camaron's fruit of the sea has even been spotlighted by Forbes, the first fish to be lauded by the financial magazine since Jaws made $470 million at the box office.

9491 Northwest 77th Court
Hialeah,
FL
US