New Peruvian restaurant, 33, set to open
After what seems like a quick turnaround and renovation, Coconut Grove will be welcoming a new refreshing restaurant called, "33" by the end of November. The former Bombay Darbar location has been taken
over by Chef Sebastian Fernandez, who after 26 years of working behind the
kitchen, the Chilean born Grovite will be able to showcase his sincere
style of cooking that will encompasses Peruvian flavors and use international
techniques and influences. 33 is very dedicated to souring the best quality
ingredients including vegetables, fruits and fresh fish which is why his menu
is expected to change frequently depending on availability. This is one of their beef dishes which will be a special on the menu.
Chef Sebastian is also
working on growing his own herbs and vegetables to use at 33. All the
dishes will be prepared with no more than six ingredients as "attention to
quality" will be a strong focus.
33 will be open for dinner every night except Tuesday. As of
now, small plates are meant to share and will include Tiradito de Snapper - ginger, aji limo, yuzu, Peruvian corn,
sweet potato Brussels sprouts - roasted garlic, pancetta,
yogurt, Lamb chop - chicha de jora (corn based
beer), cilantro, Lima butter beans puree, Cured Tuna - soy,
radish, fried shitake, aji Amarillo, Mussels - chalaca sauce,
plantain chips, Solterito de
quinoa (quinoa salad) - fresh cheese, edamame, tomato, cucumbers,
choclo, Peruvian style fried rice and more. Desserts include a Fried
Arroz con leche layered in a Pisco and Vanilla sauce, a Yuzu
lime pie made with Japanese citrus and graham crackers and more Latin
inspired sweets. (Prices range from $9-$20 a plate)
Craft beers will be available with selections from local Miami
breweries in addition to a carefully curated wine menu with bottles ranging
from $28 - $80. Lunch and Brunch are still in the works but, guests can
also expect to enjoy simple flavors executed Chef Fernandez's way.
33 is located at 3195 Commodore Plaza.
Below is Tuna Taradito
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