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We visited this restaurant 10 years ago and looked forward to going again Saturday night 1/26/19 but it was closed for construction. Just a sign on the door. Not sure how long it is closed but call before going just in case.
I went to Tap Tap Restaurant at the recommendation of the concierge at The Colony Hotel. The ambiance of the restaurant was welcoming and relaxing, I felt very much at home. I ordered the griot (fried pork shoulder) with red beans and rice. The griot...More
We visited the Tap Tap with a friend who was born in Haiti. he recommended some dishes and explained the history of the place and the food. The walls are covered with traditional haitian arts what makes this place unique. The foos was just like...More
The food was really good. We had the goat dish, and the pork dish. Also tried the Haitian rum, best rum ever. Service was great. Don't let the exterior dissuade you. Venture a little bit out off the tourist roads. It is so worth it...More
Love Tap Tap Restaurant. Living in Miami for many years, this was always our to go location with friends and family especially since it reminds us of home. The art on the walls and just the flavors of the food, brings us back to HAITI!!!!
Best mojito I ever had. Not sweet, perfect. Had pork griot, good. My son had the filet grouper in garlic sauce wonderful. It is worth the visit for good Haitian food. Highly recommend. I wanted whole fish, but last night sold out and today...More
We took our friends visiting for a culinary experience in Miami and one of the options: Haitian Food.
TapTap is really amazing as it remembers our Latin cuisine with a Haitian twist.
Great night music and we were able to secure a private room for...More
Very familiar atmosphere, the choices are limited, but nice genuine food on offer. The tables could be cleaner and less sticky. A 0,1 l glass of house wine at $9 is what I would call brave at best.
The haitian cake is good.