Just Don’t Call It Sushi…

Ceviche may be raw fish, but there’s not a grain of rice or seaweed to be had. Still, you can find the flavors of Japan­—along with Thailand, the Caribbean, and even France—in some of our favorite local ceviche dishes.


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Grilled octopus, tender from its initial red-wine braise, crowns Soma 107’s charred octopus escabéche. It’s actually a parfait of citrus juices, sweet pepper, and spice layered with avocado.

SOMA 107
107 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains (914) 682-6795


X2O’s tuna ceviche is an exquisite choreography of Peruvian and Japanese elements. Lime and coconut juices meld with Asian spices and ahi tuna for an unforgettable pas de trois.

X2O Xaviar’s on the Hudson
71 Water Grant St, Yonkers (914) 965-1111




Like the sea itself, La Camelia’s ceviche abounds with shellfish and other crustaceans. The Spanish chef’s influence is gazpacho, here amped with a tide of citrus. And the house-made sangria is always flowing.

La Camelia
234 N Bedford Rd, Mount Kisco (914) 666-2466



Tango Grill’s ceviche showcases luscious crabmeat bathed in sour orange and lime juices. Julienned carrots and avocado share the spotlight.

Tango Grill
128 E Post Rd, White Plains (914) 946-6006




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