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Known as the "hidden treasure" of South Beach, Tap Tap restaurant showcases vibrant colorful murals and beautifully painted tables and chairs throughout the restaurant.
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This longtime South Beach standby, decorated with brightly colored murals, serves some of the best—and best-presented—Haitian food in Miami. It's a welcome break from Cuban fritters and toxically sweet cafecito. It's a bargain, too: You'll struggle to spend more than $10 for an entrée. (Our favorite is the goat in a peppery tomato broth.) Go on a Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights for live...
With the enormous Haitian and Caribbean population of Miami, it's a wonder there aren't more places like this one. It's the real deal, the final vanguard of authentically spicy Caribbean food on South Beach. Smoky chicken, whole fish and…
This place is amazing for Haitian food. Highly recommend it.
Have been there before for lunch and enjoyed it then. This time I brought out-of-town guests for dinner and was disappointed and embarrassed. Food was not hot. Water glasses not refilled. Noise level made conversation almost impossible. Very disappointed.
Founded in 1994, TAP TAP RESTAURANT is a Caribbean restaurant in Miami, serving authentic Caribbean and Haitian cuisine. We have a wide choice of delicious dishes, seafood and grilled food. We invite you in a warm and friendly setting where you can enjoy top quality food and services. Drop in or give us a call to book a table. Customer satisfaction is definitely guaranteed.
Tap Tap Haitian Restaurant can be found at 5th St 819. The following is offered: Restaurants: International. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Miami Beach there are 4 other Restaurants: International . An overview can be found here.
What To Drink: Haitian cuisine is surprisingly wine friendly. The list offers only a handful of options, the best one being the light-bodied 1999 Joseph Drouhin La Foret pinot noir ($26). Or stick with one of the many beers on tap or potent tropical cocktails.
When To Go: Weekend evenings, it's worth a visit to check out the exceptionally talented house band, which plays jazz-tinged Haitian folk music.
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