Tap Tap Haitian Restaurant  Member, Greater Miami Convention & Visitor Bureau

Member rating: 3

About

Named for the colorful jitneys that ply the roads of Haiti, Tap-Tap is a longtime Beach favorite, serving up live music with island food in a widly funky-hip space with walls painted in snaking vines, exotic fruits, and voudou deities. If you are not sure what Haitian food is, start with pumpkin soup or any of the fritay (fried fritters). A halved avocado stuffed with smoked herring salad is also pleasant on the taste buds served with cassava crackers. Conch salad, stew crabs with eggplant and fried fish are also popular. Or come on Saturday for traditional soup bouillon, a Friday night hangover cure. The veggie version is thickened with starchy tropical roots with hand rolled dumplings. Other weeks it may be rich with oxtails, calves feet and pig parts, each served with djon-djon rice, blackened with tiny mushrooms. You will be tapping a foot to the spicy beat dining here.

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Details

  • Casual
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  • Caribbean, Haitian
  • Member, Greater Miami Convention & Visitor Bureau
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  • Both
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  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Cheerful din
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