Place was clean, family atmosphere, food extremely fresh and just cooked and service was attentive and courteous.
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They might only have a few tables but it is worth the wait and we will return again. Food was very good service made you feel at home. We loved the food and the atmosphere. Thank you for a great meal experience.
Whenever I'm traveling to a new city I always do research on restaurants etc in the area: I look at articles or blogs that feature restaurants that are off the beaten path or maybe a little more unique than your basic steakhouses etc I found...More
The food is o.k. but I find it pricy considering that you have to eat standing, on a counter Woolco/Woolworth style cafeteria ( the aforementioned places had seats). The food is fresh, but nothing you couldn’t find elsewhere at more comfortable place. Recommend it if...More
Found this hidden Gem in the TripAdvisor list. It did not disappoint. Located near little havana. Very clean. Lots of friendly staff. Ordered the snapper sandwich... the house specialty. It is served deboned, tail on, in a very fresh bun. Very tasty. Worth the visit!
I loved the shrimp and conch fritters. We went there because we saw this place on travel travel and decided to try new food places we see on tv weekly. We will go back there again.
Every time I'm close to this restaurant I have lunch there. The best fries shrimp I've had because it's caught locally and it's fresh. This is an institution in Miami. Highly recommended. They only take cash and it's a little hole in the wall place
This was our first time at this restaurant and it was great. The waiter was nice, explained the dishes and gave us time to order, even though we came in 30 minutes before closing on a Sunday. We order the famous black eyed pea fritters...More
This a DDD food channel restaurant. The food is great,. I had the house fish sandwich and my wife the rice with seafood, both were great. Total price 31 dollar. Now they have seating, about five caferia style. We liked it, and will go back....More
If you are a sucker for fried fish & seafood, La Camaronera is the place to go. Fried shrimps - yum. Fried fish fillet - yum. Conch fritters - yum. Tostones (fried plaintains) - so so. Washed down with cool Coronas? Si si!