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Piman Bouk Restaurant


5932 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
Earn 3X Points

Piman Bouk is an essential stop for anyone looking to get into Haitian food. It’s located right in the heart of Little Haiti, with a simple setup inside of wooden tables, low ceilings, and an air-conditioning unit that could use an update. But you can cool down with a soursop juice while you look over the menu, which reads like a greatest hits of Haitian food. The fried goat, oxtail, stewed pork - it’s all good - so maybe come with a couple friends who are down to split things.

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