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- n. Plural form of seviche.
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One of the most seductive seviches anywhere right now is the 61-year-old chef's refined and refreshing version of dewy, thinly cut scallops partnered with grapefruit and sprinkled with diced red onion and coriander.
Even the hotel's menu strikes Thai notes, with tom kha gai soup along with seviches and sea-food stews, all of it tasty.
Or the numerous seviches and cocteles, or seafood cocktails, such as vuelve a la vida
Fomerly of Echo, Murphy has since spent a year at a high-end restaurant in Beirut, so he'll likely impart global influences to the offerings, which will include catches of the day and a variety of seviches.