Bringing authentic Bahamian to the forefront, Conch Krawl captures distinct cultural flavors and holds them to the highest standard possible. Owner Julianne Edwards immerses customers into an authentic experience, and her concept and efforts are delivered in remarkable fashion. The restaurant pays homage to Freeport, Grand Bahama, as well as her tightly knit family, and everything from the quaint ambiance to the top notch dishes hits the nail on the head time after time. The name is derived from a the method in which native Bahamians catch Conches in none other than a crawl. Adding a K to add a little flair, Julianne puts herself in a league of her own with her more than impressive dishes and attentiveness, making it a must try while visiting the Miramar area. Conch Krawl prides itself on having something for everyone, rightfully so, from top to bottom the menu options provide something to adhere to everyoneís palate. Naturally, the Conch is where the restaurant really shines, the Cracked Conch being the most popular, served with the choice of french fries, peas, and rice plus two sides. The location also serves up delicious Pork Chops, Barbecue Ribs, and the best prepared snapper you can find in the area. On Saturdayís they introduce boiled fish and grits, having people come far and wide to indulge in a top notch meal to start their day. Above all else, Julianne and her team aim to showcase the heart of the Bahamas, and that is certainly what makes them special.To bring everything full circle their banana bread is nothing short of impressive, freshly made and has people lining up out the door to get their hands on it. The Johnny Cake is another freshly made popular side, has a sweet taste and is made everyday by Julianne herself. The genuine care and honesty the team at the restaurant put forth really separates them from the contenders and make the experience, warm, welcoming, and memorable.
2600 S University Dr.
Miramar, FL 33025