The authentic Hatian-Carribean atmosphere and colorful artwork is just the start to a great dining experience when you walk into this popular spot located just after the entrance to South Beach. Featured on Triple D, famed chef and food critic Guy Fieri raves about Tap Tap's Haitian-raised tender marinated Kurobuta pork griot and the Malanga fritters with the not-so-Haitian watercress sauce. But the wonder doesn't stop there! Any dish containing goat or grouper will surely display meats that are rich in flavor with perfect texture. Ironically enough, Tap Tap is a term for 'quick quick', or it is the name of a brightly colored bus in Haiti. So with that said, whatever your mode of transportation, hurry down to this great SoBe location as there are many, many more fabulous dishes to choose from.
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