1111 Peruvian Bistro
1111 SW 1st Avenue Miami, FL 331303
Phone: (786) 615 9633 URL of Map

About Our Peruvian Restaurant in Miami


Born in the heart of Brickell, 1111 is a neighborhood bistro representing international Peruvian fusion.

Through exceptional care in selecting and handling fresh ingredients, and in employing our precise culinary techniques, we create surprising dishes—easy to understand, yet very distinguished in their flavors.

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Our Location


1111 Peruvian Bistro is located at the Axis building in Brickell, directly south of the financial district.

It features both an indoor dining area and an outdoor terrace with table seating and a comfortable lounge. The dining room offers a view of our open kitchen, where highly trained, professional cooks precisely execute our creations. The casual décor and modern music create a very comfortable atmosphere. On the wall above the kitchen, a painting by Alejandro Jaime relates the professional journey of Chef Diego Muñoz, from his origins in Ottawa, Canada to his arrival at 1111 in Miami. The bar is part of our dining room, inviting you to enjoy wines by the glass or a cold glass of beer before sitting down to a good meal. The lounge in our terrace is also an excellent place to relax and enjoy the music while savoring some of our draft beers or selected wines. Call today to make a reservation at our Peruvian Restaurant in Miami.

CHEF

DIEGO
MUÑOZ



Diego Muñoz & Martín Monteverde


About Founders

Friends from early childhood, Diego and Martin both took different paths in the culinary scene after Martin moved from Perú to Miami in 1986. While Martin studied at FIU's Chaplin School of Hospitality and Restaurant Management, and started a career as a solid restaurateur with two prior restaurants in South Miami, Trattoria Sole​ and Mixt,​ Diego became one of the best professional chefs in the world.

Diego Muñoz is now widely renown as one of the world’s most talented and creative chefs, promoting the spread of Peruvian Cuisine and South American heritage around the world.

Having trained in mythical kitchens such as Mugaritz​ and El Bulli​ at the side of Andoni Aduriz and Ferrán Adriá, Diego was responsible for revitalizing Bilson’s​ in Australia back in 2011 and for taking the iconic Astrid & Gastón​ to #1 on The 50 Best Latin American Restaurants List​, and from #42 to #14 on ​The World's 50 Best Restaurant's List.

He took 2016 to kick off a journey around the world in search of inspiration, culinary exchange and a deep learning on local produce and sustainability, working with chefs and crews from different traditions and heritages. A down to earth free rider, he has found a creative balance through exploration and simplicity in connection with local traditions.

With 1111 Peruvian Bistro, he aims for an informal but high-end approach to Peruvian Cuisine, focused in the balance of Peruvian tradition with the use of local products. Visit the Reservations page to reserve your table at the top Peruvian Restaurant in Miami and try Diego's creations.

Our Menu


Our menu consists of a Peruvian variety of appetizers, entrees and delicious desserts. We recommend to order different plates either from the appetizers or entrees selections with some side dishes in the center of the table to create a flavorful sharing dining experience.

1111 proudly serves traditional Peruvian dishes like corvina ceviche, king crab and poached chicken causa, grilled octopus, veal heart and chicken liver anticuchos in homemade panka anticuchera sauce, hamachi with lemon grass gel and Vietnamese mint oil tiradito. We also offer choros sudados (steamed mussels), salt and pepper calamari jalea (fried calamari), Risotto that showcases the flavors of Peruvian parihuela with little neck clams, scallops, and prawns, and lomo saltado made with filet mignon, cut in half to show it is cooked to the perfect temperature.
For dessert, we offer a cassonade of lucuma served with nougatine of sesame and a chocolate sorbet, a classic cachanga reinvented with flavors similar to those of a piña colada, el Clásico U – Alianza (Peruvian soccer rivalry) arroz con leche served warm with cold mazamorra morada, something very special with pistachios and roasted strawberries. And lastly our delicios chocolate temperatures.


1111 SW 1st Avenue Miami
Florida 33130

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(786) 877 6000 - Luis Perez (Manager)