Cuban, Haitian and Jamaican-Chinese Dishes Share a Home in Miami

Liz Grossman

If the dense, tropical air and intense sun don’t do it, a drive through the Miami neighborhoods where Spanish, Creole and even Hakka are still spoken will transport you to the Caribbean. Make your way down Little Havana’s Calle Ocho, past the ladies with tobacco-stained fingers rolling cigars and men slapping down dominoes on park tables to landmark restaurants like Versailles, La Carreta and El Exquisito...