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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.

    A bit of France lands in Bethesda Cam's bistro brightens the dining scene

  • Even the hotel's menu strikes Thai notes, with tom kha gai soup along with seviches and sea-food stews, all of it tasty.

    Special Report: Hidden Caribbean

  • 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.

    Chicago Reader


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