Caribbean restaurants in Miami
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Friendly, family-run, clean and bright, this Little Haiti standout serves excellent island standards such as ragout (cow’s feet), queu boeuf (oxtail), foie (liver) and griot (fried spicy pork); the last is one of our favorite only-in-Miami dishes (well, unless you live in Haiti). This is a neighborhood spot, and staff might be surprised to see you, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be discourteous to their newfound customer.
French Caribbean fare? Yes please! This innovative spot was sorely needed to spice up the otherwise slightly bland lunchtime fare usually found Downtown. The plantains Creole, served with scotch-bonnet slaw (hot!) and pulled pork or shrimp, or hearty brown stew chicken with carrots, onion and rosemary, are all as rich and tasty as they sound. Expect to leave lunch with a slightly expanded paunch.