The blend of old world immigrants and new wave trendsetters are bringing a mix of flavors to Miami's multicultural cuisine. Andrew Zimmern samples roasted pig brains, salt cured fish eggs, and a fruit that ...Go to Episode
Andrew visits another family restaurant where they are preparing food for the griteria. Raspados Loly’s is in an area of Miami known as "Little Managu" (named after Nicaragua’s capital).
10404 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33174-1615
Andrew gets some fresh fish at a small mom-and-pop eatery in Little Havana.
1952 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33135
Cobaya (Underground dinner) at Azul Restaurant
Andrew goes into the kitchen with chef Joel Huff as he prepares a mystery meal for adventurous eaters who are invited to an exclusive underground dinner.
500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131
500 Brickell Key Drive Miami, FL 33131
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