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Eating Out In Hialeah, Florida

Eating Out In Hialeah, Florida
Hialeah, Florida offers a plethora of low price meals and authentic cuisine, from Cuban fritas and Peruvian ceviches to Colombian bakeries and American delis. Here’s our guide to the best places to eat out in Hialeah.
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Central Park Food Station

Located just outside Hialeah in Doral, Florida, Central Park Food Station is the one-stop-shop for sandwiches. Offering delivery service and online ordering options for the late night munchies, Central Park Food Station has all the bases covered. A unique favorite here is the enrollados – a pita bread wrapped beef fajita, pork fajita and chicken fajita.

Central Park Food Station, 2721 NW 79th Avenue, Miami, FL, USA +1 (305) 463-8512

Ceviche Inca

Restaurant, Peruvian, South American
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Located in an inconspicuous shopping center in Hialeah, Ceviche Inca is an unassuming restaurant servingserves well-received Peruvian fare. This no-frills spot consists of 15 tables and excellent daily lunch specials include soups, an entrée, dessert and a juice. Beyond their lunch special, guests are served a complimentary chicken cilantro soup upon seating. Menu highlights include the cau cau, lomo saltado, papa a la huancaina, aji de gallina and dorado.
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Cuban Guys

With three locations spread throughout Miami-Dade County, Cuban Guys is a local, authentic chain offering Latin specialty sandwiches in South Florida. The star of their menu is the traditional frita cubana. The sandwich is marinated in a flavorful garlic, cumin and oregano base. The menu at Cuban Guys also consists of other comida Cubano staples such as the media noche, yucca fritas and plantains, almost all of which are served on a daily deals menu.

Cuban Guys, 1678 Northeast Miami Gardens Drive, North Miami Beach, FL, USA, +1 305-949-6877

El Palacio De Los Jugos Latino

El Palacio de los Jugos Latino is a fresh and quick option for Cuban food. With indoor dining for the winter crowd and outdoor dining for those hot summertime days, the Hialeah branch of this eight-chain restaurant has it covered. From the menu, order the cicharrones, tostones and croquetas to start, followed by the carne en salsa con champañones.

El Palacio de los Jugos Latino, 4290 E 4th Ave, Hialeah, FL, USA +1 (305) 558-5959

Elevation Burger

Founded by California native Hans Hess, Elevation Burger serves sustainable grass-fed, organic hamburgers of the freshest quality. The actual Elevation Burger, after which the establishment was named, consists of two organic, grass-fed, free-range burger patties with toppings like caramelized onions, jalapenos, aged cheddar cheese and additional condiments. Also on the menu are veggie, vegan and kids’ burgers.

Elevation Burger, Red Palmetto Shoppes, NW 57th Ave #138 Miami Lakes, FL, USA +1 (786) 517-5775

Mesa’s BBQ

Mesa’s BBQ is a family-run restaurant serving home-style, quality Cuban food. Its principally known for its authentic pork sandwich, which consists of seasoned, well-shredded pork served on Cuban bread with a generous portion of onions. Other favorites include the moro and masitas de puerco (fried pork chunks).

Mesa’s BBQ, 123 SW 29th Street, Hialeah, FL, USA +1 (305) 863-2009

Polo Norte

Restaurant, Cuban
Along with many other Cuban families in the early 1980s, the Busquet family left their home in Cuba and moved to Miami. They opened Polo Norte, a restaurant that originally began as an ice cream parlor and evolved to add traditional Cuban meals to the menu. Polo Norte serves one of the best fritas cubanas in Miami. The burger consists of crispy homemade julienne potatoes, raw onions and an oversized patty. The patty has a chorizo and paprika combination that makes this frita especially flavorsome and distinct.
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