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Wilkinson "Ken" Sejour, AKA Chef Creole, has been serving delicious seafood for years at several Chef Creole locations. There's a reason Anthony Bourdain visited the place during a taping of No Reservations. The Little Haiti location, like the others, is a hole-in-the-wall takeout spot with only a few stools on site. Generous portions of shrimp, conch, and fish are served steamed, stewed, or fried with helpings of rice, beans, and plantains. This is not a place to worry about your health - opt for the fried stuff and save room the next day for leftovers. Prices range from $9 for fish to $17 for conch. Combinations of two types of seafood are also offered, as are Haitian classics including griot ($7.50) - crispy chunks of pork - and queue boeuf ($9) - braised oxtail. And on Wednesdays, shrimp creole costs only $5 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wilkinson "Ken" Sejour's "seasoned kitchen" has grown into a mini-empire, with five restaurants across Miami's Haitian belt, from Little Haiti to North Miami to Miami Gardens. But it's not like most chains. Each Chef Creole outpost has a distinctive character. While most include some form of outdoor seating, the 54th Street flagship offers it in the greatest abundance -- all under a tiki hut with a view of Little Haiti's busiest corner. It's also where you can stock up on bottles of... More »
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