More likely than not, one visit to Chef Creol and you're going to be hooked--just like all those noble fish lately were that now recline, gloriously grilled and gloriously spiced, on your plate. The chef in question is Ken Sejour, born of Haitian heritage in the Bahamas and an absolute master when it comes to Caribbean-style creole cuisine.
Seafood's the star of the show at Chef Creole, but the menu's decked with other fiery standouts, including oxtail stew, ribs, fried chicken, and heapfuls of sides like plantains and rice that help you manage the epic but tantalizing spice. Taste this grilled goodness, and you're tasting the strong Caribbean current in Miami's lifeblood.
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