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Five in 5: raw fish dishes in New Orleans

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Baru
3700 Magazine St., (504) 895-2225
www.barutapas.com
Flounder tiradito features spicy leche de tigre, grapefruit, radishes, red onions and choclo, Peruvian large-kernel corn.

Carmo
527 Julia St., (504) 875-4132
www.cafecarmo.com
Peruvian-style tiradito features thinly sliced Gulf fish topped with aji amarillo, yuzu sauce and canchita, or toasted corn nuts.

Chais Delachaise
7708 Maple St., (504) 510-4509
www.chaisdelachaise.com
The ahi tuna poke bowl includes tuna marinated in ponzu, wakame, hijiki, sesame, carrots, cucumber and cashews over rice.

Paladar 511
511 Marigny St., (504) 509-6782
www.paladar511.com
Yellowfin tuna crudo is served with avocado, pistachio, fennel and cumin-lime vinaigrette.

Poke Loa
3341 Magazine St., (504) 309-9993
www.eatpokeloa.com
Build-your-own poke bowls can include salmon, octo- pus, yellowtail, seaweed, avocado, crab salad, mango and other toppings.

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