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678 reviews
|Nicaraguan|Miami, FL 33135

1933 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135

(305) 649-2015

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Guayacan serves ever-more-popular Nicaraguan favorites in a comfortable environment. The crowd is low-key, so you do not need to worry about impressing any on-lookers. Particularly noteworthy are the sopas, which are unlike what is found in most Nicaraguan restaurants in town. They change daily. pescada a la tipitapa (red snapper deep-fried whole and drenched in a sauce of onions and peppers) is excellent. Located in Little Havana, this is a quaintly cozy spot.

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Tonnyelbello on Citysearch

13 years ago

02/21/2009, 03:33 AM
EXCELLENT NICARAGUAN SPOT IN LITTLE HAVANA!!! – This is a place where you can enjoy authentic Nicaraguan cuisine. The food is excellent, the service is great, the price is perfect, and is a little cozy spot in Little Havana where you can go with your family and friends. Try "Churrasco", "Pescado a la Tipitapa" and "Jalapena Steak". We love this restaurant, we highly recommended.
Ellien C. on Insider Pages

13 years ago

11/25/2008, 08:54 AM
Guayacan Restaurant The restaurant was a little expensive and the food was okay. The service was okay. The interior was nice. The waiting staff could have been a little more friendlier.
funnygirls109 on Citysearch

14 years ago

01/02/2008, 06:35 AM
can't miss gem – This place is a hidden gem on Calle Ocho. We had the nacatamal, (corn tamales in banana leaves filled with rice and chicken)which were well seasoned and lovingly prepared, the buttery, tender and well seasoned churrasco, which is served in a generous portion the size of a dinner plate (do not be intimidated, the staff are understanding of requests to take home leftovers), and dessert. Do not miss the churrasco, but also sample from the rest of the menu, which includes some excellent choices including the abovementioned Nacatamal. If you haven't tried nicaraguan food, this is the place to do it, and if you have, be prepared to be spoiled for any other. the Cacao was wonderful, but so was the tres leches cake, which i wasn't expecting to like as much as i did. Guayacan also offers some good inexpensive wines, and the service is exceptional, responsive and prompt while managing to be unobtrusive. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
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