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7.8

Piman Cafe Restaurant

$$$$

This casual Haitian restaurant is on the edges of Wilton Manors and serves some of the best griot in Broward County. Whether you’re biting into a lean piece, a fatty piece, or a bit of crackling, every part of the pig is crisp on the outside and meltingly tender inside. The griot is perfect on its own, but the pikliz here are also exceptional—made with a combination of citrus and vinegar. Piman also serves other fritay, like tassot, along with Haitian staples like legim and poul nan sòs. They have some indoor seating, but most people get their food to go.

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