5 Caribbean Restaurants In Miami For Every Foodie On A Budget
Photo Credit: Photo by Obi Onyeador on Unsplash

Photo Credit: Photo by Obi Onyeador on Unsplash

5 Caribbean Restaurants In Miami For Every Foodie On A Budget

Caribbean , Cuisine , Florida , Miami , United States
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Jun 5, 2020

Supporting local and Black-owned businesses is crucial. As many Americans choose to travel domestically this summer, Miami will continue to be a hot spot among vacationers. This city is a cultural melting pot of people from the diaspora, with a plethora of cuisines to choose from, including Caribbean restaurants. 

Staying within a budget has become important for tourists this summer, so being able to find budget-friendly restaurants is ideal. 

Please note that at the time of publishing, these restaurants are offering takeout only because of COVID-19 restrictions.

Here are Caribbean spots in Miami where you can find amazing food for a cheap price. 

Craving delicious Haitian food? This spot is for you. 

Naomi’s serves up delicious Haitian dishes like goat Tasso and conch stew. There are even vegan dishes like tofu stroganoff, vegan curry chick’n, and chickpea stew!

According to the Naomi’s Garden Yelp page, “We have a beautiful garden with seating that we call Naomi’s Garden, which is where my family lived in the ‘80s.”

Located in Miami Beach, this Trinidadian restaurant is sure to make your mouth water. Dishes like jerk salmon, roti, and curry goat attacks the likes of Lamar Odom, Ghostface Killah, and Jeremih. 

This Bahamian restaurant is a North Miami staple and offers conch, barbecued chicken, plantain, and more for an exceptional price. 

If you’re looking for an authentic Jamaican breakfast, Palatino will be sure to impress. Here you can also find delicious jerk chicken, oxtails, jerk pork, callaloo, Jamaican beef patties, and more. 

Another Trinidadian restaurant with roti and doubles that melt in your mouth. There are plenty of options for ingredients to stuff your roti with such as goat, shrimp, pumpkin, and chicken. 

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