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Sopa de Pescado for the Soul

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The next time you're sick, eschew the chicken--fish soup finds its way much faster to your soul. The folks at Bahamas Fish Market will serve you a huge bowl of fish chowder ($2.95 to $3.45) that will make you toes curl and your white blood cells multiply.

This hearty soup contains a bit of everything. It is fully loaded with fish, potatoes, carrots, rice, and more fish. If you're immune system is low or you did a bit too much partying last night, sopa de pescado (fish soup) will boost your energy and health to new levels.

Served with lime and crackers, the soup can be so filling that it prevents you from eating anything else on your visit. We suggest dousing the soup with lots and lots of lime--it brings out all the natural flavors.

Ahoy, matey!

Bahamas Fish Market
7212 SW 8 Street, Miami
13399 Bird Road, Miami

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