45 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Miami.
Quesillos Guiliguiste in Sweetwater specializes in Nicaraguan quesillos.
Rakachaka Grill y Más in Little Havana serves Nicaraguan classics such as carne asada and gallo pinto.
Burger Bob’s is an old school cash-only diner on a golf course in Coral Gables. The burgers are tasty and they serve breakfast too.
Half Moon Empanadas is a casual walk-up window where you can order some really tasty, affordable empanadas.
Piman Bouk Bakery is a cash-only Haitian bakery in Little Haiti serving up some great (and affordable) patties.
Mary Ann Bakery is a small Chinese bakery in North Miami that makes a phenomenal pork bun, among other things.
Adelita’s is a great Honduran restaurant in Little Haiti good for a casual meal or takeout.
Blocks Pizza is a grab-and-go pizza spot in South Beach good for a quick lunch or late-night slice.
Pizza Bar is a spot where you can grab a huge pie or big slices of decent pizza. It’s a good late-night option.
Dumpling King is a casual North Miami spot where you can get some big, tasty dumplings for under $10.
Taqueria Hoja is a small taco spot in Downtown serving some of Miami’s best tacos, burritos, and flautas.
King Jerk is a food truck parked in Opa-locka. Stop by for some excellent chicken and mac and cheese.
Kingston Delight is a casual, cafeteria-style restaurant in North Miami with good jerk chicken.
Jamaica Corner is a vendor inside a Downtown food court. It’ll do for lunch if you’re craving jerk chicken or oxtail.
Three Palms is a casual Cuban restaurant in North Miami. You can have a Cuban sandwich outside or grab a cafecito to-go.