Sarussi Cafeteria. They call it a cafeteria it looks mor like a Sandwich Shop. This place sponsored by locals only. It is not touristy or pretty, they just have a good product unique to this place. I would not go out of my way to come here but if you are in the area is a good choice.
The sarussi sandwich has its own taste. You will not find it anywhere else in the world. They bake their own bread and mix their own special sauce. The thing is a monster at 16 inches long. Two people can easily eat from one of these sandwiches and be satisfied. They also make it with churrasco steak, or chicken.
Favorite Dish: The Sarussi special sandwich of course.
Los Ranchos. Nicaraguan restaurant.
Live music, a piano, for dinner. Excellent professional service. The management is watchful of their servers and very concerned that the customer always get the best of care. Tips are included in your final bill.
Favorite Dish: Churrasco steak with Gallo Pinto. For dessert, Tres Leches. The Churrasco is a very tender and very tasty cut of meat. Always served as you want it, from rare to well done. They have other entrees but the Churrasco is their specialty. The Gallo Pinto is rice with red beans, and served as much as you want just tell the server to keep serving. The Sangria is ok but expensive at $18 a carrafe.
This place resembles a French farm house. Located near one of Miami International Airport's runway the large picture windows afford an excellent view of airplanes landing and taking off. Adding to the view are table side head phones tuned to approach frequencies of the Miami control tower, so you can listen to air controllers and pilots negociating final approcah to Miami Interrnational. Cool place. There is live entertainment now and then, and a well stocked bar. Nice atmosphere. Different, and for those who track tail numbers, you might get lucky and spot a new number.
Favorite Dish: Their sea food. Their shrimp dishes. Good desserts.
You will find all sorts of food. From Hamberguers to kebabs, to sushi. One must is the Cuban food, if you can, go to la Carreta or Versailles. The best Cuban restaurants in town.
The atmosphere in both restaurants is very relaxed. Not too expensive, good food.
Favorite Dish: favorite menu: ropa vieja (literal translation: old clothes) it is meat with a peculiar sauce, very tasty, not spicy. that comes also with platanitos (plantains) and rice.
D E L I C I O U S.
we ate at Denny's in more cities and also in the evening sometimes.
it was easy and you get free refills.
Favorite Dish: i think i had the sunshine slam.
2 pancakes and fruit.
For a classic Cuban meal in Miami this is the place to go. There is a bakery on the premises and the coffee is out of this world.
If you've been in one Hard Rock, you've seen them all. The typical "kitch" themes, and this one is no different. "The Rock" still has great burgers, but it's becoming a very tired theme.
Of course, Bubbas has a gift shop, so the 'yard sale' reference wasn't too far off. The interior is eclectic, to say the least, and *quite* interesting.
Sushi Samba on Lincoln Street will provide you with the intriguing flavours of Brazilian/Japanese fusion cuisine. Not cheap, but well worth the experience.
You can eat Menu for $5 in the town. You just have to look around and you will find the cheapest and nicest place around.
The Hard Rock Cafe of course!!!
Favorite Dish: Hmmm well fajitas are very good and a black and white milkshake as dessert.
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