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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.
For some reason there's an unspoken rule among many Miami restaurant owners to include some variation of conch fritters on their menus. Most of them possess the requisite crunchy exterior and soft interior; but few compare to the fritters that fly out of Chef Creole. The size and shape of a smashed tennis ball, peppery and delicious, these deep-fried delicacies represent fritters at their finest. For $4 you get four, and though they're scrumptious and spicy on their own, for extra zing, try... More »
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