#Fall Vibes: 5 Best Caribbean Restaurants in Miami

Some might say the capital of the Caribbean is Jamaica while there are others who strongly believe it's Miami! Imagine that! Miami is not even located in the Caribbean, technically-- It is in fact a hub of Caribbean culture as it relates to food, thought and lifestyle.

Throughout the next couple of days, we will be taking a journey through Miami discovering "the best of" and we thought we would start with food! Keep reading to find the 5 Best Caribbean Restaurants in Miami.

Jamaica Kitchen

Of course we had to start off our list with one of the Iriest Islands in the Greater Antilles, which is Jamaica! The Popular Jamaica Kitchen is located in the Sunset West Shopping Centre and is described as a brightly lit and petite restaurant with 1 single 2 seater booth and several bar stools. Though this restaurant is "likkle but tallawah", the menu options are high in flavor and demand.

Menu items include Curry Chicken, Curry Goat, Fricassee Chicken, Chinese Roast Chicken, Stew Peas, Stew Beef, Stew Ox-tail, Stew Cow Foot, Curry Ox-tail (our creation) Park & Hamchoy, Pork & Muknee, Cabbage & Saltfish, Callaloo & Saltfish, Jerk Chicken Sausage, Jerk Pork, Escoveitch Fish, Brown Stew Fish, Ackee & Saltfish, Jerk Chicken , Daily Soups and an assortment of Jamaican Patties. Patrons are also able to purchase Jamaican Groceries from their green grocery section and purchase Jamaican trinkets. The Restaurant is ran by Jamaican-Chinese Husband and Wife team  Cheryl and Anson Chin who know each of their customers.

8736 SW 72nd St, Miami Fl 33173

Opening Hours : Mon- Sat 11am - 8pm.

Havana Bistro Cafe & Restaurant

 Whether you are looking for good food, engaging conversation or interesting atmosphere, you will find it in Havana Bistro Cafe Orlando FL. Havana Bistro Cafe hast the best Latin Food and international Desserts in Central Florida and offers an authentic taste of Cuba! 

Cuba is known for it's festive beats, spices and of course the beer! This eatery gives you the feeling of having a meal on the streets of Cuba with pulsating beats of Reggaeton hits in the background.

7975 S Orange Blossom Trail, Rolando Fl 32809


We guarantee this will be the best Roti you can ever have in all of Miami-- just take our word for it! Roti is endemic to India and back in post slavery times, Indians were brought to various Caribbean Islands as Indentured (paid) laborers and also brought with them their food. Now, with the history lesson out of the way let's get down to things shall we. LC'S serves top notch Roti served with Shrimp, Conch, Goat, Duck, Beef, Veggies among others to their patrons.

Close your eyes, click your heels twice and you will be transported back to Trinidad by the flavors and comfort of their daily offerings.

19505 NW 2nd Ave, FL 33169


Seafood Risotto in Lobster Broth

This restaurant puts an interesting spin on traditional Caribbean flavors by adding a high end touch! Imagine having a dish like Curried Shrimp but over "a bed of rice" served with fresh vegetables done to order. Chef Cindy dubs the restaurant as "Cuisine of the Sun" as everything is prepared fresh daily and with attention to taste and details. Be sure to ask for the fresh curried jumbo crab cakes or the  jerk chicken penne pasta. If you love the dishes and would like to re-create them but not that good of a cook-- not to worry as the restaurant also offers cooking classes.



278 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables, FL 33134


How about experiencing authentic Caribbean and Haitian cuisine so delicious that you'd have to travel to one of the Caribbean islands to find it equally good? At TAP TAP RESTAURANT, you will be amazed by the awesome food and top quality service. Tap Tap is one of the most famous Haitian Restaurants and is known for it's extensive menu options and their top seller the Pork Griyo.

Inside the restaurant is bright and colorful from the candles to the chairs and murals that tell a story of Haiti's rich history. Be sure to take a photo by the famous van or scooter outside the restaurant.

Tell us what your favorite Caribbean Restaurants in Miami are in the comments section below

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