Cuban Restaurants in Miami Beach

Cuban Lunch or Dinner for Two or Four at Sabores Restaurant & Lounge (Up to 51% Off)

Sabores Restaurant & Lounge

Miami Springs

$56 $28


Cuban cuisine, such as breaded steaks, satisfies hunger pangs whether enjoying outdoor seating or the interior's traditional decor

Portuguese and Cuban Cuisine for Two or Four at Lisboa-Habana Restaurant (Half Off)

Lisboa-Habana Restaurant


$30 $15

An elegant restaurant with a vast wine list and authentic Portuguese and Cuban cuisine

Cuban Food for Two or Four People or Takeout at Laura's Cuban Restaurant (Up to 40% Off)

Laura's Cuban Restaurant

North Central Hollywood

$20 $12


Classic Cuban steak, chicken, pork, and seafood plates paired with Cuban-style coffee, beer, and wine in a casual café setting

Cuban Food at Romeu's Cuban Restaurant (Up to 35% Off). Two Options Available.

Romeu's Cuban Restaurant

Coquina Flats

$20 $13

Daily specials, such as seafood soup and oxtail, alongside steaks and classic Cuban sides of rice, beans, and plantains

Spanish and Cuban Food and Drinks at Mario’s Catalina Restaurant (Up to 44% Off). Two Options Available.

Mario’s Catalina Restaurant

Poinsettia Heights

$80 $45


Spanish and Cuban specialties such as red snapper fillet breaded in plantains, mixed seafood in lobster sauce, and empanadas

Cuban Cuisine and Drinks for Two or Four at Bongos Cuban Café (37% Off)

Bongos Cuban Café


$40 $26

Tasty servings of award-winning roasted pork, Cuban-style vaca frita, black beans and rice, and refreshing mojitos

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In the kitchen of Bella Cuba Restaurant, flames slowly sauté and season traditional Cuban dishes. Chefs season root vegetables with mojo—a sauce made from hot olive oil, lemon juice, raw onions, garlic, and cumin—before sautéing accompanying meats in citrus marinades. The smells of the sizzling pork steaks, meat pies, and yellow tail snapper sizzling in a coconut sauce infuse the whole restaurant with the smells of Cuba, helped along by the smoke of handcrafted cigars plucked from the dining room’s humidor. After a dessert of super-moist tres leches cake, guests can sip on Cuba libres and classic Cuban mojitos that, much like a splash in a neighbor’s bird bath, give relief on a balmy day.

1659 Washington Ave
Miami Beach,

Though Chef Douglas Rodriguez's take on Latin cuisine is contemporary, he's no newcomer to the restaurant scene. SunPost Weekly credits him with propelling award-winning eateries including Wet Paint Cafe, the original Yuca, and Patria in New York to star status. At De Rodriguez Cuba, adjacent to the five-star Hilton's Bentley Beach Club, the executive chef channels his decorated career into a menu of Havana-inspired dishes and signature ceviches crafted from sustainable seafood. He steeps lobster, shrimp, and crab in the tangy notes of coconut milk, lime, and ginger for the thai coconut seafood ceviche and tops the popular vaca frita entree with avocado and tomato chimichurri. Complemented by Cuban cocktails or a sip from the large wine list, the dishes evoke images of the islands.

The eatery's decor also contributes Caribbean character, stealing the spotlight in a Miami Beach magazine piece. According to the article, "guests can sit poolside or in the lovely dining salon facing the sea," or they can set up shop at the 25-foot ceviche bar in a space "that's all dark woods and serene white curtains." Scattered palm trees and large green lounge chairs border one side of the pool, the other bank crowded with crimson-trimmed tan couches that melt seamlessly into the open dining room. The sweet notes of live music fill the age-worn slats above the bar, beside which an aquarium teems with fish like the fridge of a hibernating bear.

101 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach,

When working in the kitchen at Savor crafting Cuban fare, chef Ariel Alvarez draws on culinary training in Havana and years of restaurant experience, including time at El Floridita, where he served former president Jimmy Carter, Giorgio Armani, and Naomi Campbell. He passes between cooks, who chop fish for ceviche and simmer cauldrons of paella, while forging a menu that adds hints of European cuisine to traditional Cuban recipes. Servers deliver platters of crab-stuffed plantains and oxtail cooked with wine and fresh herbs past photos of Cuba that ornament the walls alongside chalkboards scrawled with the daily specials.

1640 NW 87th Ave

Tinta Y Café is a traditional Cuban café that serves its Little Havana neighborhood well. Centrally located on Calle Ocho, this diminutive eatery offers little in the way of parking or seating, but doesn’t skimp on flavor. The café con leche – offered warm or on ice – is a must, and the rest of the menu isn’t far behind. Look for classic Cuban sandwiches, empanadas and flan, plus sought-after croquettes offered with ham, spinach and bacalao (cod). The interior mimics a library and patrons are encouraged to take down a Spanish-language book and enjoy with their coffee, though the volume is much higher than you’d expect at a quiet place of reading. Thanks to its location in the heart of Little Havana, Tinta y Café offers a nice spot to savor a cup and do some great people watching.

276 SW 8th St

Open since 2000, El Rinconcito Latino is a family-owned establishment in the heart of Coral Gables. The menu features well-priced large portions of Cuban-style chicken, deep fried pork, black beans, liver steak, yellow rice, grilled skirt steak and pasta with shrimp, the latter being offered with either a creamy white or hearty red sauce. There is even an extensive offering of daily specials that push the limits of the diminutive kitchen even further. Located in a strip mall, El Rinconcito is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while also doing takeout. Inside, wooden cushioned chairs and faux marble table tops are set in rows across a calming gray tile floor. The restaurant usually has a wait for Sunday brunch, but it’s well worth the time spent.

9979 SW 142nd Ave

Located in West Little Havana, Morro Castle serves fast-casual Cuban food. The menu includes the classic Cuban breakfast of scrambled eggs with ham, toast, café con leche and fries; Cuban burgers (known as fritas) with potato strings, onions and buttered buns; and churros with hot chocolate. Of course, this being a fully-operational mom and pop shop, there’s the endlessly rotating selection of daily specials, along with side dishes like rice and beans. Despite its small size and somewhat unloved features, Morro Castle continues to deliver fresh food, keep prices low for the neighborhood and somehow manage to impress with their portion size.

2500 NW 7th St