Reviews on Caribbean food in Miami Springs, Florida, United States. Miami Springs is a city located in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The city was founded by Glenn Hammond Curtiss, "The Father of Naval Aviation", and James Bright, during the famous "land boom" of the 1920s and was originally named Country Club Estates. It, along with other cities in Miami-Dade County such as Coral Gables, Florida and Opa-locka, Florida, formed some of the first planned communities in the state. Like its counterparts, the city had an intended theme which in its case, was to reflect a particular architecture and ambiance.
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5 based on 191 reviews
Chef and creative force behind ShuShi Cuisine, his unique twist that expands sushi to world of new flavors and shows guest how to roll their own way. His lifelong love of sushi began at the age of 16, when Franco Antonio tasted sushi for the first-timeâan
Frank Blanco is one of the best chefs in Miami...his creativity goes beyond this planet. His delicious sushi creations makes your taste buds come alive...being in Little Haiti...it.s the star of the Magic Citycarlos
4 based on 103 reviews
Very authentic Cuban Restaurant just one block away from the Holiday Inn Express Miami Airport. Great Food, Cold Beer and friendly service. I always look forward to going to Rincon Criollo whenever we fly out of MIA. The daily special is always great, the sides are delicious, especially the Yucca, the desserts are very good and there is always a lot going on here to keep you entertained. You can sit inside or outside on the patio, but the music is loud outside. The prices are very reasonable and the great staff takes really good care of you. A must visit place when in the area.
4 based on 51 reviews
The BRAND NEW El Mirador Restaurant features amazing breath taking views of the city. Located on the 9th floor (Sky Level) it features an American-Cuban Cuisine and all the local favorites.
We arrived late to the Holiday Inn (accommodation in Miami) and headed to restaurant for a quick meal. Service was outstanding, food was quick to the table, and good quality, especially the soup of the day. We also had breakfast the next morning, simple but adequate, cooked to order and once again the service was brilliant. The waiting staff were friendly, efficient and helpful. Aside from El Mirador restaurant, the stay at Holiday Inn was also excellent. Thoroughly recommend the Holiday Inn, will stay (and dine) again when we are next in Miami, for sure.
4 based on 875 reviews
Family owned and operated, Latin Cafe combines classic dishes from Abuela Clara and Abuela Juanita's kitchens with the chef's culinary education in Madrid, Spain and Havana, Cuba. Latin Cafe features a casual yet flavor filled cuisine offering traditional
Authentic Cuban? Not unless an extensive sandwich list is what you call authentic. I experienced very sloppy service, food was nearly thrown at us, drinks arrived well after the food did, presentation of the food was also lackluster. On the other hand, its cheap and I guess thatâs what I got. Thank you for your comments as they will help us to improve our restaurant. Please be aware that Latin Cafe has high standards for our servers, and this behavior you describe will be addressed immediately - to avoid future occurrences. At your earliest convenience, please email [email protected] and tell us the date and time of day for your visit along with the name of your server. In response to your email, we will send you a $25 restaurant gift card and our promise to make your next experience with Latin Cafe an excellent one.
4 based on 386 reviews
Before and after going to Havana we decided to try the Cuban food in little Havana and we came accross this brightly colored chain of Cuban restaurants that seemed to have a location every where. It was clean and the food was appealing and separated by category. Prices were not apparent, but it seemed like a fair amount of food for the amount paid. Tried chicharones for the first time and it was interesting. It is deep fried pig belly that they stick in a paper bag and as I have heard you can eat it like popcorn! Kind of greasy but nice and crispy. The oil is evident on the bag but hey you only live once. Nice contrast to steamed pork belly in a Chinese restaurant, which may be a little bit healthier, but who cares? The food is placed in a styrofoam take out container and you choose a starch, rice and beans or plantains or yucca, choose a meat and/ or choose a vegetable(rarely sighted). Can't eat here 2 days in a row, unless you go to the fish category for a change. Food seems very hearty/rich so best to try different things if you go more than twice per week. Have a dessert area and fresh juices(juegos) which add to your meal. Dining area is sort of out doors but shaded. It's a treat and the food seemed better than what we got in Havana the following week, although it was more at tourist restaurants that do not seem to serve rice and beans or plantains, the staples of the Cuban people. We also wanted to try Haitiian food while in Miami, but presentation seemed better at the similar Cuban restaurant, so my wife and I chickened out after some efforts to find a good place. Maybe next time.This wasn't Fine Food, but for good stick to your ribs Cuban food, it fit the bill. Ropa viejas is good too!
4 based on 390 reviews
A few years ago The New York Times' restaurant critic had an article on Cuban food. It began "If you are looking for great Cuban food you will find it in Miami, not necessarily Havana"; then proceeded to review a handful of Miami restaurants -amongst them La Rosa. While time and popularity have taken a toll on some of the other restaurants (yes, those are busloads of tourists at Versailles), La Rosa has retained what made it famous in the first place. It has been a favorite with the locals since it opened back in the 1970's. Not a big dinning room but a good place to enjoy authentic Cuban cuisine not too far from what abuela used to cook. Good sized portions at reasonable prices (the lunch special menu is extensive and very affordable). An adequate list of wines and beers. Linen tablecloths, cutlery, glass and china. A nice, casual place to take a date or the family. Friendly service glad to provide suggestions from the day's specials -and to bring you not bread but a bowl of fried plantain chips. I have visited the place a few times through the years and gladly recommend it.
4 based on 487 reviews
Donât be put off by this typical strip center restaurant. We stopped in thanks to the reviews on Trip Advisor. The plantains are super yummy! And my arroz con pollo tasted fresh and the chicken fell off the bone! Husbands cowboy steak was superb too!
4 based on 350 reviews
An Icon of Miami simple food, the Cuban Frita is the Cuban interpretation of a hamburger. Casual Family friendly environment that wants to make you part of our family. Welcome Home !
Amazing experience, i loved the food and the service was really great too. Tastes amazing, go for the classic cabelo option! Recommended!!
4 based on 272 reviews
During a layover at Miami International Airport we decided to try another Cuban restaurant, and Ku-Va did not disappoint. Our server was very nice and efficient. Everything in the menu looked great, but we both decided on the Ropa Vieja (literally, old clothes in Spanish), shredded beef in a creole sauce, with white rice and sweet plantains. My wife had the Mojito, which she liked very much, and I had a Sangria, which was good. All in all, we had a full and satisfying meal, with good service and in a pleasant atmosphere. Recommended
4 based on 528 reviews
After a 4 hour flight from Barbados, we found this restaurant in the Miami Airport. We were famished and this place hit the spot. The buffet was very filling. Tasty dishes served at the right temperature. The price was right, not typical of airport prices. Looking forward to eating there again.
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