La Camaronera is where you go in Little Havana to get fresh fish, especially when it’s in a pan con minuta. This lunch spot serves specialties like grouper cheeks and stone crabs when they’re in season, but it’s that simple fried yellowtail snapper sandwich that makes it a must visit. Served on a semolina bun with cocktail sauce, diced onion, and its tail sticking out the side, this sandwich isn’t fancy, but it’s definitely what you want.
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