Awesome Cuban Restaurants! in Miami, Florida
Miami is well known for the white sand beaches, hot bodies and delicious dining destinations. Should you be traveling to Miami and are in the mood for a meal that’s absolutely yummy, you should try traditional Cuban food. There is nothing subtle regarding this delicious fare. The flavors pop with bursts of garlic clove, onion and cumin.
The flavors pop with bursts of garlic clove, onion and cumin. The flavor base for the majority of Cuban dishes commence with a traditional “sofrito” that’s frequently the first layer of flavor in many Cuban dishes.
Although you will find a Cuban eatery or cafeteria in almost any corner of Miami, there are some cafes you may want to try in order to get a real understanding of how delightful the food actually is and you won’t shell out an arm and a leg for your meal either.
Most Cuban eating places throughout Miami are modestly priced and you also get a ton of food for the cash. Sharing is actually highly recommended. For example I’ve ordered a Palomilla steak, rice and beans at my favored neighborhood Cuban cafe and the huge steak practically hangs over the sides of the dish; it’s so big!
The 1st spot I would suggest for excellent authentic Cuban food will have to be “La Carreta“. It has been a Miami favorite for decades. The service is quick, in addition, the meals are very reasonably priced. They may start you off with a basket of their home-made Cuban bread which will literally melt inside your mouth. Their menu is usually sectioned by daily special offers. My personal favorite is the homemade black bean soup with delicious white rice and sweet deep fried plantains. I recommend a few of their mouth watering Cuban desserts such as “tres leches”, flan, or even torrehas after supper. Don’t forget to order your shot of Cuban espresso following dessert.
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