The Essential Hialeah Restaurants

The Essential Hialeah Restaurants

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    Best moros and frituritas de malanga in town. Bistec de pollo, masitas de puerco and vaca frita are solid. Service can be hit or miss. -- Gables Maven via Foursquare
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    ...had the Spaghetti with Sausages for my first meal here, was good! ...the garlic rolls are good too! -- Adolfo Bonilla via Foursquare
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    I swear to god their hazelnut coffee smoothie knocks the socks off anything on the starbucks menu. -- Lori Walter via Foursquare
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    That bread pudding was good. Staff was nice. Bacon jam was great on my Chicken Sammich. They also had a cute stray kitty on the patio. -- Anzu J. via Foursquare
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    Recommended by my Cuban-Miami in-laws. Try: (1) ropa vieja, (2) picadillo, (3) lechon asado, or (4) chimichuri with either moros y cristianos or congris. -- Dorothy McGivney via Foursquare
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    2 for 1 all day everyday! If you wanna get something tasty to munch on while drinking, try the skillet queso! yummmm -- Evelyn Aguilar via Foursquare
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    Wow this place is delicious! The Cuban sandwich is authentic and so good. I tried a juice that was half pineapple and half coconut - super yum -- Roshni Patel via Foursquare
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    Grab a crispy chicken sandwich but skip paying extra for the cheese - add some of the melted cheese on top. -- @Dayngr via Foursquare
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    Executive Chef Arthur Artiles has done magic with the menu from the Ropa Vieja Burger to the Seafood ceviche everything is fresh and tasty! Just go try it for yourself! -- Mike Reyes via Foursquare
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    Family-owned Cuban cafeteria Morro Castle has been Hialeah's source for good, affordable bistec de palomilla, tostones, and moro. Leo Villalba prides himself in making everything from scratch. -- Miami New Times via Foursquare
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    Give these guys a visit and order up the Pan con Bistec, which stacks Cuban bread w/ garlic-marinated palomilla steak, grilled onions, and housemade crispy string fries. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    This little Hialeah joint sells 25 croquetitas for $4.50 (what a steal!). This eatery has served chuletas, lechón asado, and, on the weekends, rabo encendido. It also serves a damn good arroz frito. -- Miami New Times via Foursquare
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