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La Camaronera in Miami, FL
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La Camaronera

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1952 West Flagler Street  MiamiFL  33135

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  1. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    GOOD NEWS, they knocked down a wall and added about 10 tables there now. Finished the project just a week ago. Went there for lunch today, agree-BEST Fish sandwich!!! Also had 1/2 lb Lobster bites, WOW! Only thing we didn't care for was the Grouper soup.
  2. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    best fish sandwich i have ever had, and the shrimp sandwich is out of this world...thanks  Guy you ROCK, Love your show
  3. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    Visit it for the food and the ambience. Hard core, true Little Havana-style!
  4. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    Most fabulous black eyed pea fritters!!! 6 for a dollar. The shrimp is delicious. You must bring your own beer & be ready to stand, but it's worth. I came from California to eat here. YUM!!
  5. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    Great food and prices!!!!! Best minuta in the world. 8-) Good show!!!
  6. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    I really love your show. The places you visit show some foods that looks delicious. Do you ever get any of the recipes? Are there any recipe books from the restaurants that you visit? I would love to try some of the recipes.
  7. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    Amazing seafood in Little Havana, Miami! We were thrilled with the mahi mahi bites, the breaded shrimps and the pan con minuta fish sandwich. We'll go back any time we're anywhere close to Miami! This restaurant will be featured on the show on Monday, June 22nd. 
  8. anonymous
    Monday, April 27, 2009
    Wow!!! I had myself some fried shrimp and they were delicious. I saw the minuta sandwich (made out yellowtail snapper) and I had to have one as well.  Wowsers!!!  The tostones were amazing!!! I saw them beat them down to perfection. My partner ordered some fried lobster, (which the owner told us will be featured on Diners, drive-ins, and dives-how cool is that), it had this sweet and sour taste that was to die for.  The order is big enough for two.  We will be having some for dinner today, thanks to the leftovers.  This place is a unique, a hole in the wall Gem.  oh, and by the way no chairs.  Yes, you eat standing up.  I will be back very SOON!!!  Two thumbs up to the Garcia Brothers.  

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