Best of Miami

Miami's Ten Best Underrated Restaurants

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6. Doggi's

Forget the yellow brick road; follow Coral Way. At an arepa bar, it's hard to think outside the crisp goodness of an arepa, but at Doggi's, try another Venezuelan delicacy. The cachapa ($8.49) is best with its semisweet corn pancake filled with queso de mano. As for the arepas: The varieties seem endless, so grab a seat and try a bunch.

5. Fish Fish

Strip malls are ideal places to find underrated restaurants, and Fish Fish in North Miami is no exception. It isn't trying to be fashionable or fancy; it simply serves delicious food and dishes you haven't seen on menus since the '90s. You can get whole fish crispy style, deconstructed grilled caesar salads ($12), and baked Alaska for dessert. People who scoff and try to be cool will miss out on this scrumptious food.



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