FRESH FISH IS THE DISH

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prod­ucts. Fridge cases hold pick­led her­ring with pis­ta­chio or jalapeño and pouches of sauces made in-house, in­clud­ing gin­ger, poppy Di­jon or cilantro hum­mus. Avail­abil­ity de­pends on what var­i­ous ven­dors have.

There is usu­ally lo­cal red snap­per, branzino from Spain, Turkey or Greece raised in ocean pens, floun­der and trout farm-raised in Colom­bia.

Have your choice fil­leted while you wait and get the head, scraps and bones if you want to make stock. Fil­lets in­clude blue fin tuna, Chilean sea bass and cod flash frozen on the boat. Fresh fil­lets in­clude Faroe Is­land salmon, Chilean salmon, mahi mahi, bone­less golden corv­ina steaks and yel­low fin tuna caught off the coast of Venezuela.

There are also kabobs of salmon, pep­pers and onions skew­ered on sprigs of rose­mary, per­fect for the grill. Thick pat­ties of ground tuna, mahi and salmon are per­fect for grilling, pan-fry­ing or broil­ing at home. Ask, and they’re happy to grill the pat­ties for you on site.

SUSHI, POKE AND PLAT­TERS

Or­der sushi or a poke bowl and you can have it to or en­joy it at the counter along the front win­dow.

Bases for the bowls in­clude white or brown rice, quinoa and spi­ral-cut zuc­chini noo­dles. Then se­lect a pro­tein— ahi tuna, salmon or white fish. Then choose from av­o­cado, veg­gies, shit­take mush­rooms, edamame, slaw and wakame sea­weed. Top­pings like toasted nori, crispy onions and sesame seeds add crunch.

The Trop­i­cal sushi roll could dou­ble as a sa­vorysweet dessert. It is rolled with mango and salmon and white fish salad, topped with av­o­cado and co­conut shreds, driz­zled in guava sauce.

The Pat­a­con is a La­tin­in­flu­enced roll with tuna and av­o­cado wrapped in fried plan­tain with spicy tuna in cilantro dress­ing. Folks also come here to pick up plat­ters of gravlax and salmon, tuna tataki and carpac­cio. One special item is the Sushi Cake. It’s lay­ers of rice, salmon and tuna, dec­o­rated for your next party. Just or­der be­fore Saturday when kosher restau­rants are closed.

CATALINA AYUBI PHO­TOG­RA­PHY

17092West Dixie High­way, North Mi­ami Beach 786-440-5483, krud­ofish.comMon­day-Thurs­day 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Fri­day 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Sun­day 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Rolls $12, poke bowls $13, fish burg­ers $8, plat­ters $17-$30, sushi cake $37, fish are mar­ket price

Tuna tataki at Krudo Fish Mar­ket.

A poké bowl at Krudo Fish Mar­ket.

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