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Bon Bagay Restaurant


North Miami

$$$$Perfect For:Serious Take-Out Operation
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Like a good reversible shirt, Bon Bagay has two sides. One is Haitian, and the other is Chinese. But this isn't fusion. The menu of this (mostly) takeout restaurant in North Miami is split pretty evenly between the two cuisines. On one side, there are dishes like shrimp fried rice and honey glazed wings—on the other, barbecue ribs and fried goat. They make an excellent griot with the kind of pikliz that makes your eyes sweat (so try it before pouring it all over your food). The whole fried fish is juicy, and comes with a side of fried plantains that taste great with their pink sauce. Portions are large and it’s best to call in your order ahead to avoid the lunch rush.

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