Caroline MontelaticiCaroline Montelatici
14:32 19 Dec 22
Amazing seafood! My husband and I ordered ceviche, tacos, friend calamari and the empanada. So delicious and great prices. The staff was also very friendly and welcoming!
Alex OrchillesAlex Orchilles
19:48 16 Oct 22
Amazing seafood restaurant with friendly staff, good prices, and large selection. Recommend the shrimp, oysters, & stone crab. Also they now accept credit/debit cards!
Tarik EsquerraTarik Esquerra
21:28 12 Sep 22
I was hesitant to try the burrito but was thoroughly satisfied. I highly recommend. It’s full of flavor and stuffed with fish and shrimp.The staff was very friendly and welcoming. Thanks Dayla with helping with the menu selection. Excellent service.Next time we’ll try the patio area. It’s just too hot right now.
Franky AdamsFranky Adams
18:58 05 Jun 22
The food is always good and fresh.. Been eating here for about 6 or 7 years… Seafood palace
Phil TatroPhil Tatro
03:08 04 Mar 22
Quick, name a place where you can order a fresh, and I mean FRESH, fish sandwich on fresh bread for under $ 15? I’m waiting…… While your thinking about it, I have the spot. La Cameraronera seafood joint&fish market in Little Havana. No frills, clean restaurant & seafood Market where freshness rules! I have personally dined here almost a dozen times, never being disappointed! The OGMinuta snapper sandwich is a winner, as well as the corvina sandwich, both served on fresh Cuban bread. Oyster always fresh and delicious. Also, great conch fritters, fried shrimp and fish platters, whole and filets. Happy hour Mon-Fri, 4-7pm,oysters and beer specials. Great spot for locals and tourists alike. Request Ariel as server if she is working. In my top “10”!!
Loan PhanLoan Phan
23:05 24 Feb 22
Delicious food with limited parking spaces. The best meal we had in Miami so far!

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Lobster poppers, fish fingers, popcorn shrimp—if it's found in the ocean, you'll find it fried on La Camaronera's menu. This neighborhood fish shack evolved from a counter service eatery (might we add one without chairs) into a full-blown restaurant that's been featured on Food Network and frequented by foodies near and far. A pan con minuta is what most everyone lines up for: a fried snapper sandwich on a lightly toasted Cuban roll (tail and all!) that clocks in at under $10 and keeps you satiated for hours. You might leave the place smelling like you spent the afternoon on a barge, but it's a small price to pay for some of the freshest seafood in town. 


This amazing restaurant invites you to indulge your palate's cravings with every bite. Their fresh ingredients are elevated to be exquisitely refined in every way.

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