Ceviche, a traditional Latin American dish made of fish "cooked" in citrus juices and served with herbs and other aromatics, is a decidedly light option that you don't even have to be on a diet to enjoy.
The ceviche mixto on the dinner menu at Meso Maya combines classic-yet-inventive Mexican ingredients like jicama and serrano peppers with impressively fresh striped bass and Mazatlan white shrimp fished in the state of Sinaloa.
There aren't any fussy preparations or ingredients you don't recognize, only fresh fish and shrimp tossed in a perfect blend of traditional Mexican flavors, including garlic, onions, tomatoes, and cilantro.
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The ceviche plate here is made with tilapia, which may seem like a lower-grade fish compared to all that ahi and salmon you're used to, but this mild fish provides a great canvas for the piquant dressing made with aji, mango and lime.