There are many places in town that serve ceviche, but none do it with as much swagger as chef Roberto Castre of Latin Bites. Castre always has at least three kinds on the menu, each one created with confidence and consistency. His Market ceviche comes alive with textures and flavors due to the addition of crispy calamari and the use of an aji amarillo leche de tigre. His Asian ceviche shows off his grasp of the chaufa (Chinese) style of cooking so prevalent in his country. And his regular fisherman ceviche tastes as authentic as if you'd dined in Lima. Castre goes the extra step to keep things fresh and new by introducing new dishes throughout the year. For National Ceviche Day each year, he creates exotic versions that use different seafoods and flavors, like scallop paired with blackberry or salmon combined with watermelon and basil. And regardless of whether you try the traditional or experimental, ceviches at Latin Bites are always fantastic.