Miami Beach, FL 33139
Miami New Times's Description
Jimmy'z Kitchen's famous mofongo (fried plantains mashed with garlic) has become a foodie rite of passage for many a Miamian. If it's available, get it - they don't serve it every day. Otherwise, the Miami Beach outpost of this lauded local chain serves up lunchtime favorites with a Latin flair. Jerked chicken breast salad, Cubano sandwich, grilled churrasco and cafecitos. Ranging from around $7 to $15, it's a South Beach lunch date that won't break the bank.
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Amazing food! Mofongo Saturdays are the best! - twitter.com/LincolnScoop
Try the award-winning mofongo. Jimmy Carey's take on the Puerto Rican staple calls for mashed plantains, garlic, olive oil and pork rinds simmered in tomato sauce.
great place for pannini's and just great people. a locals spot
One of the best place to eat in SoBe. Food is very tasty and fresh—prepared on the spot—and service is warm and friendly.
Local secret for awesome salads and sandwiches. Hole-in-the-wall but good food and prices.
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