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More and more people are now discovering their intolerance to dairy products, which means they will have to make huge changes to their diet in order to stay well. While not everyone experiences intolerance the same way, it’s a good idea to try to cut dairy products out of your diet in order to stay healthy.
When you’re on vacation, eating out is something we all do, but if you have a food intolerance or allergy, it can make life a little more difficult. Thankfully, if you’re in Miami you will have the opportunity to eat at a wide variety of restaurants that serve dairy-free food.
At the time of writing, there are no restaurants that specifically cater for those of us who cannot eat dairy products. There are many vegan restaurants in the area, and they are perfect for us. There are also a large number of vegetarian restaurants that serve vegan food, so you need to be on the look-out for the vegan meals.
The Honey Tree
The Honey Tree is a vegan-friendly restaurant, which means many of its foods do not contain dairy products. This restaurant/lunch counter also serves vegetarian foods, which may contain dairy products. If you stick with the tasty vegan menu, you will be fine. Located at 5138 Biscayne Boulevard, The Honey Tree serves some delicious foods which are a pleasure to eat.
Shing Wang Bubble Tea Cafe
This café may just have one of the best names ever, but it’s also got a good range of dairy-free foods on offer too. As with a lot of dairy-free eateries, you will have to go for the vegan option on the menu, but you’ll be pleased to know they really are quite tasty. When you dine here, you will have to tell the staff you want the vegan option as there are vegetarian options available too. Found at 237 NE 167th St, North Miami, the Shing Wang Bubble Café only sells delicious foods, so you won’t be disappointed. The menu is quite big, which could make choosing what you’re going to eat rather difficult, but you can always come back another time and sample some more exquisite food.
Vegetarian Restaurant By Hakin
This wonderful Caribbean, vegan, vegetarian restaurant will more than cater for your needs. Found at 73 NE 167th Street, North Miami Beach. You’re sure to enjoy sampling a wide variety of sandwiches, cakes, entrees, and so much more. It can get a little busy here around lunchtime, so it might be worth your while buying your goodies a little earlier, so you won’t have to wait too long; if you do end up queuing, you’ll be pleased to know the food is worth the wait.
If you’re feeling a little puckish but you’re not sure what you want, Miami Juice is the place to be. Found at 18660 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, you are sure to find something tasty from the menu. Selling a wide range of salads, juices and smoothies, you will have that health kick you love, while also enjoying something that’s a little bit different.
About Rachel Jones: I am a food and travel nut who loves to experience new culture and traditions. Miami is a home away from home for me and whenever I am in town I like to stay in vacation rental accommodations for the privacy and home comforts. I use Miamivacationrentalsonline.com, they really were a big help!
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