Miami is a town filled with four and five start restaurants but that doesn’t mean it has to cost a fortune to get a really good meal there. Here are several places to get delicious, homemade food at budget prices in Miami.
Dim Ssäm à gogo by Sakaya Kitchen
Travelers can often find the best food at the best prices on the street. Miami is no exception. Dim Ssäm à gogo by Sakaya Kitchen is a mobile food truck that is popular with the locals as well as the visitors.
Some of Ssäm à gogo’s best: Angus Beef “Bulgogi” Burger ($6); “KFC” Korean Fried Chicken Wings (6 per order) ($6).
There are vegetarian options for the meatless eaters. Try the Vegetarian Kimchi Egg Rolls, Ginger Hot Sauce (2 per order) ($5) or the Vegetarian Ginger Brussel Sprouts($ 5)
To see what’s on the weekly menu and to see where the Dim Ssäm à gogo food trucks will be parked, check out their website.
For some seriously good and inexpensive Cuban style seafood, head on over to La Camaronera. La Camoronera is very popular with the locals and the food is fresh and cooked to order.
Don’t miss La Camaronera ’s Black-Eyed Pea Fritters (5) ($1)or their Mahi Sandwich ($5).
La Camoronera also has a mobile food truck called The Fish Box that can be found around the city. To find out where The Fish Box is parked each day, check out their Facebook Page.
Daily Bread Marketplace
Daily Bread Marketplace serves up some the best, inexpensive Middle Eastern food in Miami.
This family owned business is a restaurant and grocery store all in one. You can order some food at the restaurant and shop for goodies to bring home to create your own Middle Eastern master pieces.
Some favorites at Daily Bread Marketplace: Pita stuffed with Falafel, lettuce, tomato, pickled cabbage, and tahini ($4.95); Beef Shawarma stuffed pita ($6.50); Pistachio/Walnut Baklava ($1.50).
For some seriously good and inexpensive Latin American food, head on over to Charlotte Bakery in Miami Beach.
Empanadas cost $1.75 to $3.50 and diners can choose from a variety of kinds from Venezuela, Argentina and Chile.
For $3.50, try the Argentinean Pasqualina – a spinach, cheese and egg pie or the Venezuelan Tequeño – cheese sticks – for $1.50
Delicious homemade tortes and cakes can be $2.50 – $3.50