We had food from La Fogata catered to our office and it was delicious! We had the churrasco (very tasty and moist) gallo pinto (delicious) fried plantains (could be cut thinner and maybe more ripe) cole slaw (good) chimi-churri (good) and fried cheese (excellent).....hope to order from them again real soon !–Raquel P.
Anything from the grill is very good. Try the chicken. Also Vaca Frita is very nice. Recommendation; if you are sick they make an excellent chicken soup add lime and you are as good as gold!!! Also the mixed grill platter is very nice.–Thomas M.
Where do you go when you only have 30 mins left for lunch? La Fogata!–Andrea W.
Churrasco sandwich was quite tasty. the size of the sandwich was good as i walked out full. they even toasted the bread up nice. service was decent. –Robert C.
One of Miami's hidden secrets. You're going to get a great steak for a good price... I eat here almost once every two weeks, it's that good!–Omar L.
Always a great place to eat lunch.–Willie N.
This is one of my favorite Nicaraguan restaurants. Try their big hunter steak and get ready for a party in your mouth. I usually get this with gallo pinto and maduros. The meat is watering and amazing! –Favio P.
Ugh La Fogata how I miss you!!!!! Bomb Nicaraguan food 2nd best I've had after my momma's. =)–Diana R.
Great churrasco, fast service, friendly staff. Good overall place, at good price also.–Yaxel C.
Awesome Nicaraguan cuisine. Love the quality food. Come here every time I am in Miami.–Matt G.
The food is always ready quickly & cooked to my liking. If you're in the neighborhood and want to grab a quick lunch, La Fogata is the way to go. It's consistently tasty and the service is always good.–Janelle F.
Aside from their famous churrasscos (Skirt steak) with chimichurri sauce (pesto made with parsley instead of basil), this place makes awesome beef and chicken Nicaraguan style fajitas, great beef soup, and has a good selection of beers/wines, and desserts too! I also love the sides here including the gallo pinto (aka congri or moros) and the plantains (chips, maduros, tostones), fried yuca, and their repollo (coleslaw in a vinaigrette)–Anette E.
Excellent service! If you're looking for good steak and a hearty Nicaraguan meal, this is a great choice.–Jackie T.
The food is delicious but every time I eat here I leave wanting more!–Anthony B.
Have never been disappointed here. Fried cheese, churrasco, gallo pinto, all the Nicaraguan staples that are wonderful at affordable prices!–Lourdes D.