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Vegetarian Restaurant By Hakin is a little restaurant and market in North Miami open for breakfast, lunch, and, during the week, dinner. It’s all vegan food here, and surprisingly flavorful vegan food too. They have good versions of Philly cheesesteaks, banh mi, and burgers. They also serve some vegan versions of Caribbean dishes like ackee and saltfish with “vegan fish.” It’s a low-key spot with a comfortable dining room and shelves full of holistic medicine, and it’s a solid option for a healthy weeknight dinner or easy takeout.

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