47 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Miami.
L’arte Bianco Bakery is a Kendall bakery that specializes in Peruvian bread.
Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar in Kendall is an affordable Peruvian spot with solid ceviche.
Quesillos Guiliguiste in Sweetwater specializes in Nicaraguan quesillos.
Rakachaka Grill y Más in Little Havana serves Nicaraguan classics such as carne asada and gallo pinto.
Burger Bob’s is an old school cash-only diner on a golf course in Coral Gables. The burgers are tasty and they serve breakfast too.
Half Moon Empanadas is a casual walk-up window where you can order some really tasty, affordable empanadas.
Piman Bouk Bakery is a cash-only Haitian bakery in Little Haiti serving up some great (and affordable) patties.
Mary Ann Bakery is a small Chinese bakery in North Miami that makes a phenomenal pork bun, among other things.
Adelita’s is a great Honduran restaurant in Little Haiti good for a casual meal or takeout.
Blocks Pizza is a grab-and-go pizza spot in South Beach good for a quick lunch or late-night slice.
Pizza Bar is a spot where you can grab a huge pie or big slices of decent pizza. It’s a good late-night option.
Dumpling King is a casual North Miami spot where you can get some big, tasty dumplings for under $10.
Taqueria Hoja is a small taco spot in Downtown serving some of Miami’s best tacos, burritos, and flautas.
King Jerk is a food truck parked in Opa-locka. Stop by for some excellent chicken and mac and cheese.
Kingston Delight is a casual, cafeteria-style restaurant in North Miami with good jerk chicken.