The project started when Martin Monteverde moved to Miami with his family in 1986, and studied at Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality and Restaurant Management.
Today, Martin is in charge of managing the direct operations of the restaurant, while Chef search for new ideas, ingredients, and flavors to continue bringing our kitchen fresh inspirations.
Rather than fine dining, 1111 offers something perhaps even more enjoyable: fine food in a comfortable, more casual atmosphere. We will continually refresh our menu with seasonal discoveries, and give a distinctly Peruvian twist to every elaboration
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.
Nabemono or nabe is a term that alludes to all varieties of Japanese stew dishes. Nabe means “casserole” and nabe means things. Most Nabemono is
You still don’t know Japanese whiskey? You might be surprised to learn that they are among the best in the world. When pairing Japanese