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A goat roti cut in half, so you can see the cross-section.

Caribbean Delite


Palmetto Bay

$$$$Perfect For:Literally EveryoneLunchSerious Take-Out Operation
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Bring cash and a big appetite if you want to try some of the best roti in Miami. Caribbean Delite is a small shop in Palmetto Bay. The cash-only spot is mostly a takeout operation, but there’s a big round table in the middle of the store where you can sit and eat delicious pumpkin or spicy goat roti, which is light but sturdy enough to carry a handful of curry goat and heavy potatoes. They also have thick, sweet slices of cassava pone and a fridge full of Caribbean sodas. Get there early because they run out of some things by the end of the day.  

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