Did you know that fried rice is one of the meals that can not miss on the table of Peruvians during the week? Peruvian fried rice, or chaufa rice, as we call it… is explosive, delicious, aromatic and colorful. If you have it near you, it makes your mouth water… It is a dish that fuses two of the most powerful gastronomic cultures in the world: Chinese and Peruvian. What could go wrong?
If you’re in Miami and you’re craving for authentic Peruvian fried rice, it’s possible to find good deals that will make you travel directly to the heart of Peru with just your sense of taste. Here we’ll tell you which are those places! Buckle up.
8 Best Peruvian Fried Rice restaurants near Miami
Let’s start with our list of suggestions for the best places in Miami to eat Peruvian fried rice, we recommend you to go to all of them! It’s up to you to decide which one is the best.
But be warned: this list will whet your appetite.
1.- Chifa Du Kang
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We are a family restaurant -Chinese parents and Peruvian children-, and we made our way to Miami after the success of our chain in Peru. We know Chifa food like the back of our hand. We know just the right touch to get the best Peruvian fried rice dishes, as we have more than 25 years of experience in this gastronomic business.
At Chifa Du Kang we have six types of chaufa rice (beef, chicken, pork, vegetables, shrimp and special), plus a secret one that is not on the menu but that we tell you about here in case you dare: airport fried rice.
In our restaurants you can taste other typical Chifa dishes such as lomo saltado (perfect as an accompaniment to fried rice), tipakay chicken, chicken curry, pac pow soup, sautéed noodles and more.
In Miami we are in Kendall Drive and Bird Road to share with you one of the best gastronomic secrets that Peru has: chifa food.
2.- Aromas of Peru
It is a restaurant that serves traditional Peruvian food to offer its guests a journey through the entire geography of the country. The place is perfect to savor causa limeña, ceviches, tiraditos, parihuela, anticuchos, chupe de camarones and the ever-present Peruvian fried rice, among a wide variety of other typical dishes.
Aromas del Peru has six restaurants in Miami: Palmetto Bay, Kendall, Coral Gables, West Miami, Hammock Boulevard and Pompano, so you will have a place nearby to visit whenever you want.
3.- Chifa Cocina Peruana Don José
This is another proposal of chifa food that you can visit in Miami. The place is simple and with a variety of dishes that include meats, seafood, rice, noodles and vegetables that you can enjoy with traditional Peruvian drinks such as Inca Kola and chicha morada.
Chifa Don José is located on 107th Avenue in Southwest Miami.
4.- Taste of Peru
On Biscayne Boulevard you will find this small Peruvian restaurant with a lounge and outdoor tables that has become a favorite place for many when it comes to savoring traditional Peruvian food, drinks and desserts. Among the chifa dishes, the chaufa rice and lomo saltado stand out, two powerful reasons not to miss it.
5.- La Licuadora
It is a restaurant located on Second Avenue and 47th Avenue in Miami. It stands out for its simple atmosphere, quality of its dishes, economic prices and first class service. The fish and shrimp chicharrones are some of its most requested specialties along with the chaufa rice. With La Licuadora you will have a pleasant trip to Peru.
6.- Pollos & Jarras
Do you miss fried rice with Peruvian flavor in Miami? At Pollos & Jarras they serve chaufa rice, the perfect accompaniment for that portion of juicy roasted chicken with authentic Peruvian flavors that they prepare in this colorful and informal restaurant. We assure you that you will recover all the energy invested during the day.
Pollos & Jarras has establishments in downtown Miami, Aventura Mall and Lincoln Road. In the latter it shares space with the restaurant CVI.CHE 105, since they belong to the same owner, the renowned Peruvian chef Juan Chipoco.
As its name suggests, this restaurant is for true fans of chifa food and, obviously, of its star dish: chaufa rice. They also specialize in other Peruvian-Chinese fusion recipes, and you can enjoy them with your family in an informal atmosphere.
A plus: they have Peruvian desserts. This restaurant is located on Southwest 88th Street.
8.- Dr. Limón
It is a Peruvian restaurant specializing in ceviche, but like all good Peruvians, it is also a master of chifa rice. In fact, it serves it in four presentations: chicken, seafood, beef and mixed. Another chifa dish served here is lomo saltado.
It has eight locations in Miami and all of them are run by experienced chef Carlos Brescia.
Ready to enjoy the best peruvian fried rice in Miami? Be sure to visit Chifa Du Kang
Here we are experts serving Chinese-Peruvian fusion food, so we assure you that you will taste the best Peruvian fried rice in Miami. Any of our presentations will leave you asking for more.
If you want to extend your order, ask for Tay Pa Du Kang, a dish that combines shrimp, chicken, pork and quail eggs sautéed with vegetables. You will see that visiting us is the best decision you could have made.
To know the full menu you can visit our website and social networks. We are waiting for you alone or with friends and family. We are a casual restaurant on Bird Road and Kendall Dr.
We also have delivery and take out.