23 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Miami.
Lung Yai Thai Tapas in Little Havana almost always has a wait, but also serves great classics like khao soi and massaman curry.
Little Havana’s Versailles is the most famous Cuban restaurant on the planet, but it’s thankfully also still good.
Enriqueta’s is an old-school Cuban diner that specializes in breakfast food and great sandwiches.
El Rey De Las Fritas in Little Havana is a bright diner that serves our favorite fritas in Miami.
Dogma is an essential outdoor spot in MiMo for any time you’re even in the tiniest of hotdog moods.
When you’ve had two to four more drinks than planned, head to La Sandwicherie in South Beach after a night out - they’re open until 5am.
BND Burger in Wynwood serves really tasty smash burgers. It’s a good choice for lunch or as a late-night snack while bar hopping.
La Sandwicherie in Brickell is a good casual spot for a quick sandwich. They’re very big too, so come hungry.
Raja’s is a super casual little Downtown restaurant that serves good Indian food - and a lot of it.
El Bajareque is a little restaurant on the border of Wynwood that has the best Puerto Rican food in the area.
Go To Sushi is a very casual little Japanese spot in the Upper East Side with surprisingly good food.
La Latina is a casual Venezuelan spot near Midtown where you can get a great arepa and other very affordable dishes.
Las Olas Cafe is a little Cuban cafeteria and ventanita on South Beach. Stop by for a quick cafecito or Cuban sandwich.
El Mago de las Fritas is a famous frita spot in Little Havana that serves our second-favorite frita in town.
Fatair Al Basha is a casual little Lebanese spot on 8th Street good for takeout or a quick, quiet meal. They also have some Lebanese goods for sale.