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Ceviche 28: Peruvian Restaurant Review in Vero Beach, FL

Ceviche 28 is a must-visit restaurant for those looking for a unique and eclectic dining experience in Vero Beach. Formerly known as Inti International and the Long Branch Saloon, this restaurant recently underwent a rebranding and now offers a diverse menu of dishes from various cultures, including Peruvian and Latin American cuisine.

Situated in Miracle Mile on 7th Ave, Ceviche 28 has undergone a transformation – with the exterior getting a fresh coat of paint and the interior receiving a minor facelift. The bright colors have been toned down a bit for a cleaner, fresher look. It’s important to note that despite these changes, Ceviche 28 is still owned by the same people who own Ay Jalisco, and it continues to offer a diverse menu of international cuisine, along with a full bar and a nice selection of wine and international beers.

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Now let’s dive right in and see what this place has to offer, and what I had to eat!

Front entrance of Ceviche 28, a Peruvian restaurant located in Vero beach, Florida
Front Entrance at the corner of 7th & 22nd in Miracle Mile
dining room inside Ceviche 28, a Peruvian restaurant located in Vero beach, Florida
Dining Room and Bar
Ceviche Mixto served in a bowl at Ceviche 28, a Peruvian restaurant located in Vero beach, Florida

Ceviche Mixto – A restaurant that highlights “Ceviche” in its name ought to deliver exceptional ceviches, and the one I ordered did not disappoint. The dish was a perfect balance of fresh seafood – shrimp, calamari, sliced octopus, and white fish – marinated in lime juice and rocoto chili, complemented with a hint of sweetness from Peruvian sweet corn, sweet potato and topped with thinly sliced red onions for added flavor and texture.

Chaufa, a fusion of peruvian and chinese fried rice served on a plate at Ceviche 28, a Peruvian restaurant located in Vero beach, Florida

Chaufa – The dish is a fusion of Peruvian and Chinese fried rice, offering a distinctive flavor profile. Peppers, which are not typical in traditional Chinese fried rice, contribute to this unique taste. Although we were served the steak variation, options also include chicken, shrimp, or seafood versions.

Mariscos a la parrilla served on a fajita style skillet at Ceviche 28, a Peruvian restaurant located in Vero beach, Florida

Mariscos a la Parrilla – It’s a mix of seafood seasoned with Peruvian panca chili and grilled to perfection. Served with diced potatoes, asparagus, and Peruvian sweet corn. The dish comes to your table sizzling just like a fajita and has a wonderful aroma when they sit it down in front of you. The flavors were bold, and although it was seasoned with panca chili, the dish wasn’t very spicy at all.

a black plate with 5 cake donuts and a side of honey in a gravy boat served at Ceviche 28, a Peruvian restaurant located in Vero beach, Florida

Donuts – Don’t be fooled by their simple appearance, these cake donuts boast a croissant-like texture and are best enjoyed warm with a drizzle of honey on top. Trust us, they’re incredibly tasty and the perfect way to end your meal!


Ceviche 28
Address: 2199 7th Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32960
Phone: (772) 257-6652

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Thomas Miller

My name is Thomas Miller, aka “The Treasure Coast Foodie” and “The Foodie Guy” and now the host and producer of the brand new show called Holy Grail Eats! I’ve been a professional food blogger for the past 8 years and I’m very passionate about finding “Holy Grail” dishes and supporting local mom and pop owned restaurants! I’ve reviewed over 300 local restaurants in the last 8 years and my food photos are devoured by 10’s of thousands each month on my website treasurecoastfoodie.com. As a Google Maps Level 8 Local Guide, I have submitted over 3,500 photos that have been viewed over 72 million times. My foodie tribe is over 125,000 strong on the Treasure Coast and my Foodie Meetups and Chef’s Table Dining events are some of the Top Culinary experiences on the Treasure Coast!

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