Eat Globally at These Five Miami Fusion Restaurants
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Long considered a gateway to the Caribbean and Latin America, Miami has diverse cultural roots that seep into the way locals eat and drink. In fact, it's easier to find a great pastelito than a slice of apple pie. That's a plus when you're hankering for something more enriching than a turkey club.
Here are five restaurants to try when you're looking to expand your culinary horizons.
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5. Trigo Café Brings Cuban Food With a Twist to Hialeah
Cuban restaurants in Miami are a dime a docena. In Hialeah, there are even more. Everything is the same — the same pork sandwich, the same rice and beans with plantains. Rarely does a restaurant do a fresh take on the classics. But Trigo Café does just that. And, most important, lo hace bien.
4. Jamrock Cuisine Cooks Chinese-Jamaican Favorites in Kendall
In Chinese-Jamaican families, the best recipes are kept under lock and key. Everything from how to dry-roast chicken to cooking greens is held close. Nothing is promised to any family member, even one who hopes to become a chef.
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