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The high-end items among the more than two dozen main courses go for about $6, and that includes dishes such as steamed shrimp; golden fried conch; and "stewfish," a fresh, whole red snapper succulently cooked in a thin, flavorful tomato broth. Five-spot offerings encompass barbecue ribs, fried chicken, vegetable stew, oxtail, and callaloo, the Caribbean crab-and-spinach stew that here comes stocked with tender allspice-spiked slices of beef and okra. All meals are accompanied with a generous helping of rice with pigeon peas and baby lima beans; a small cup of fiery, vinegary slaw; and iceberg-lettuce salad with tomato and onion. Wash things down with a beer and call it a night, if, indeed, you're visiting this friendly, bare-bones 50-seat Haitian restaurant for dinner -- Fiedele also serves a bargain breakfast and lunch.