Chalan on the Beach reviews

Chalan on the Beach


About Chalan on the Beach

If you're after the ultimate Peruvian restaurant experience in Miami, look no further than Chalan on the Beach. They're located at 1580 Washington Ave and reachable at (305) 532-8880, and their 4.5 stars ratings, based on 3K Google user reviews rating speaks volumes. Follow along as we uncover what makes them a top choice for Peruvian restaurant fans.

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From Chalan on the Beach"Chalan on the Beach is the latest addition to the Chalan family of restaurants. The flagship restaurant (EL CHALAN) was established in Miami back in 1985. The Chalan brand is recognized as one of the pioneers in Peruvian cuisine in South Florida."
Soups / Sopas
Every Day / Todos Los DiasChilcano / Concentrated Fish Broth$6.95
Fish Soup with NoodlesSopa de Pescado con Fideos$15.95
Monday / LunesMinestrone$7.25
Tuesday / MartesCream of Vegetable / Crema de Vegetales$7.25
Wednesday / MiercolesChicken Soup / Sopa de Pollo$7.25
Thursday / JuevesQuinoa and Beef / Quinoa con Carne$7.25
Friday / ViernesChicken Stew / Sancocho de Gallina$8.25
Saturday / SabadoPeruvian Chicken Creme / Aguadito de Pollo$8.25
Sunday / DomingoChicken and Vegetables / Cazuela de Gallina$8.25

Chalan on the Beach Hours

(Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
11 AM–10 PM
Hours might differ
Tuesday11 AM–10 PM
Wednesday11 AM–10 PM
Thursday11 AM–10 PM
Friday11 AM–11 PM
Saturday11 AM–11 PM
Sunday11 AM–11 PM

Service Categories

  • Peruvian restaurant

6 Reviews for Chalan on the Beach

Val Harris review for Chalan on the Beach
Val Harris Rated 3.0 out of 5, to Chalan on the Beach
  • by Val Harris
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  • Google Reviews

Went here in hopes of some real food that’s actually healthy but no luck. The food is ok. The service is good. The atmosphere is just ok.We ordered the whole snapper and a seafood fried rice dish. Also ordered a salad that was completely iceberg lettuce.None of the food served to be fresh and they had no sauces to help make up for the lack of flavor. I was disappointed.

Chai A review for Chalan on the Beach
Chai A Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Chalan on the Beach
  • by Chai A
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

I was recommended Chalan on the Beach multiple times from locals. When it kept coming up as a place to go, I had to try it. I am so glad I did! Otherwise, I would have missed out on some of the best ceviche I have ever had. Seriously! I will be a regular here any time I come back to Miami Beach. Oh, I also had the cilantro beef stew here which was also quite delicious. I am pretty sure you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. I love their slogan, “Where Cooking is Still an Art” and you can tell they truly believe that.

Andrei Auhustsinovich review for Chalan on the Beach
Andrei Auhustsinovich Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Chalan on the Beach
  • by Andrei Auhustsinovich
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

I had the pleasure of dining at this Peruvian restaurant, and I must say it was an absolute delight. I was greeted with warm and friendly staff who were eager to share their rich culinary heritage.The menu was a true reflection of the diverse flavors and ingredients that Peruvian cuisine has to offer.The food itself was a revelation. Each dish was meticulously prepared. This is the place to must try seafood.I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone seeking an authentic and unforgettable Peruvian culinary journey.

Bianca Turman review for Chalan on the Beach
Bianca Turman Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Chalan on the Beach
  • by Bianca Turman
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

Our party ordered the Pescado con Mariscos and the Arroz Chaufa with only vegetables. The Pescado con Mariscos consisted of perfectly cooked fish and assorted seafood (octopus, calamari, shrimp) in a delicious, creamy sauce. Some of the pieces of calamari were a bit chewy and slightly over cooked and the shrimp was extremely salty. But overall it was an excellent entree. The Arroz Chaufa had a huge serving and was well-seasoned. The atmosphere was excellent and our waitress was extremely friendly.Vegetarian options: There are a few options for vegetarians, however, certainly less than five. The Arroz Chaufa is probably the safest option for an entree, however, a meal could probably be made of several vegetarian side dishes.Parking: Street parking is available however it was difficult to find a spot when we went (~5pm on a Sunday)

Candace Lord review for Chalan on the Beach
Candace Lord Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Chalan on the Beach
  • by Candace Lord
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

We ate here twice during our visit to Miami and we LOVED it! The wait staff was friendly, the sangria was perfect and every dish that we got was delicious!!!! Would highly recommend.

Kimberly Chung review for Chalan on the Beach
Kimberly Chung Rated 4.0 out of 5, to Chalan on the Beach
  • by Kimberly Chung
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  • Google Reviews

Enjoyed my whole time here! We were greeted and seated quickly even though it was bustling on a Thursday night. The lomo saltado was easily our favorite dish; the sauce the meat has is so good you wish you had more rice! The mixed ceviche was good, definitely packed a punch with the lime flavor, and each type of seafood was tender. We tried chicha morada for the first time and thought it tasted like a sweet grape juice with a corn flavor. We got the coconut flan to go which was a pleasant way to end the night. Our server was sweet and service was great.

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