Where to Eat in Miami Right Now
The gist: A Nikkei hit from London lands in South Beach, where you can feast on Peruvian classics in a retractable-roof space that feels a little like eating in a cenote.
The food: No matter the weather, the soft breeze blowing through the open roof makes the Nikkei nibblers like chilled branzino ceviche and chu-toro tiradito taste especially refreshing. Currently, Chotto is plating its sushi and sashimi with house-made sauces. On the meatier side, the pork belly and lamb chop anticuchos are the must-haves off the extensive robata menu.
The cost: Tasting menus $85 per person, a la carte sushi ~$18, anticuchos $17 - $36, grilled mains $18 - $30, cocktails $16