Welcome to Little Haiti’s Top 5 Restaurants
1. Chef Creole
200 NW 54th St, Miami 33127
Seafood lovers will rejoice at this popular Little Haiti restaurant known as much for its Caribbean dishes as its namesake Celebrity Chef Ken. The menu blends Haitian, Creole and Bahamian flavors for the ultimate Caribbean meal. Whether stewed or fried, Chef Creole offers the best snapper, conch, and chicken paired with rice and beans, fried plantains and signature pikliz (spicy cabbage slaw).
2. Naomi’s Garden Restaurant & Lounge
650 NW 71st Street, Miami 33137
Whether you are in the mood for a flavorful vegan dish or a traditional Caribbean meal, Naomi’s Garden Restaurant & Lounge has you covered. Serving everything from delicious vegan dishes of vegan chickpea stew, legume, curry chicken and tofu stroganoff to traditional dishes of oxtail, jerk chicken and fried grouper. Dine in or in its outdoor garden decorated with colorful murals for a truly Caribbean experience.
3. Bon Gout Restaurant
99 NW 54th St, Miami 33127
Come to Bon Gout Restaurant for BBQ and spice. They serve barbecue classics such as ribs, chicken and brisket. As well as Haitian staples of griot (fried pork), plantains and rice and beans. Plus, American soul food of corn bread, mac and cheese and collard greens. Its most famous item is the Zakos, a Caribbean fusion taco. It's no wonder why Bon Gout Restaurant was voted the Best Caribbean Restaurant in Miami in 2019 by the Miami New Times.
4. Clive’s Jamaican Restaurant
5890 NW 2nd Ave
You can taste the love in Clive’s home cooked Jamaican food in the middle of Little Haiti. First established in Wynwood and now a Little Haiti staple, Clive’s restaurant has won several food awards. Authentic, slow cooked and finger-licking good, choose from stewed oxtail, curry goat, jerk chicken and fried conch.
5. Manjay Restaurant
8300 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami 33138
Experience Caribbean fusion like no other at Manjay Restaurant inside the upscale The Citadel food hall. Manjay’s menu is full of high-quality ingredients classics with a modern twist. We recommend the jerk chicken bites and conch fritters for appetizers, followed by Giryo (Braised Pork) or Yad Bird (Cornish Hen) for the main meal. For dessert, try the Haitian rhum cake or beignets.