Like a tongue on a flagpole in February, fusion cuisine results from curiosity and a shortage of popsicles. Rein in restless taste buds with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Japanese and Peruvian fusion fare and drinks at SuViche near Southside Park in downtown Miami.
The bright and inviting eatery boasts a medley of flavors hailing from distinct culinary traditions, gifting sushi and ceviche enthusiasts alike with fresh, healthy, globally blended bites. Launch your taste buds on an appetizing voyage with the steak-filled lomo saltado spring rolls ($5.95), or dig into the ceviche SuViche, marinated ocean residents lounging in a signature sauce ($13.95 for seafood). The ají de gallina drives hunger down the poultry highway, stopping to pick up shredded chicken, diced potatoes, yellow-pepper cream, parmesan, hearty walnuts, and white rice along the way ($8.25). Savor the East Coast in spherical sushi form with the whitefish and avocado-based NY roll ($5.95 for four pieces/$10 for eight pieces), or hightail it to Hawaii with the macadamia roll, featuring the tropical flavors of shrimp, cilantro, eel sauce, cucumber, and the titular nut ($5 for four pieces/$8.95 for eight pieces). Noshers tired of predictable eats can indulge in SuViche for lunch or dinner, washing down sea-based goodness with passion fruit juice ($2), a cool beer ($3–$4), or a satisfied cap doff toward the talented chef.