One of the most consumed Miami street food is the croquette. They are cylindrical shaped fritters rolled in breadcrumbs that are usually filled with a mix of béchamel sauce and meat. While the more popular iterations of this snack include ham, salt cod, and chicken, there are versions featuring cheese and vegetables as well. Croquettes offer a creamy interior that gushes out of the crisp breadcrumb coating when bitten. These bites come mostly from traditional Cuban and Spanish restaurants.

Where to try them in Miami: Islas Canarias 13697 SW 26th St Miami, FL 33175