This fairly recent addition to Miami’s Nicaraguan options follows the same casual fritanga format you’ll find at many other spots around the city. However, unlike many of those that are located at high-traffic roadsides or on sidewalks for commuters on the go, Rakachaka Grill y Más has upgraded the fritanga experience by offering a more polished dining room while maintaining the traditional low-key vibe. And the food follows suit with favorites like carne asada, gallo pinto, thick corn tortillas, and a whole lot more.
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