If you have ever dreamed of the ultimate culinary dining experience, now is your chance to make that dream come true. You can hit the road and head for Miami on an RV vacation to enjoy the rewards of eating some of the best-tasting food in the country! Miami, Florida, is a culinary paradise with many ethnic food offerings from all over the world — from Peruvian to Cuban and beyond.
In no particular order, let’s look at some of the best places to eat in Miami. Once you get settled in a lovely RV camping spot, you can start your eating adventure. If you love Italian food, your first choice should be Casa Tua in South Beach. Order some delicious stone crab or try the lamb chop. You won’t be disappointed!
For some incredible Mexican delights, try the fare at Los Tres Amigos. They have some take-out too. You might like the Mexican herbs used on the tripe and beef dishes. Order Pollo a la Parrilla, which is simply grilled chicken with rice and beans.
If your appetite is demanding Greek dishes, Mykonos on Coral Way is the perfect destination. Those who eat the Chicken Gyro Platter rave about how delicious it is. The Vegetarian Mousaka is the ideal dish to order to avoid meat for this meal.
Now let’s do a dinner over at El Meson del Paraiso, a completely unique experience in Peruvian food. Their seafood is “to-die-for” and they offer some lucuma ice cream to top off the meal. Don’t expect very fancy dining, but expect great food and a satisfied appetite.
Some go wild for Indonesian cuisine — but, whether you go wild or are simply ready to try a bit of this original taste, Indomania is the place to go. The menu is translated for easy ordering. The traditional meals and the special treats are enough to make you want to come back again before leaving town.
The Akashi Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar is not just known for its excellent food but is also respected for its amazing artistic presentations. Order salmon, yellowtail, or shrimp or go for the sushi boat or a tempura dish. The lighting sets the mood; the food brings it all together for a tantalizingly memorable dining experience.
Visit and dine in Coconut Grove at Le Bouchon du Grove. This is French cuisine in a warm Franco atmosphere. You’ll think you are in France as you savor the French onion soup.
The next meal will need to be in Little Havana. Eating Cuban food can mean more than just a meal; it can also mean making some local Cuban friends. You will love the authentic menu at Versailles. Everyone loves the plantains and the double fried tostones, as well as the Cuban bread.
Naturally, you may prefer traditional fare and should head to Brickell for dining at Tobacco Road. You see, in Miami, no matter what your preferred dining pleasure is, you can find any food choice you want to satisfy the most discerning of appetites! Choose restaurants with live music or quiet nooks to relax and enjoy a meal. Come back often on an RV vacation to savor Miami’s array of cuisine.