Healthy Food Miami Airport Restaurants
Truthfully, I haven’t spent much time at MIA, but I’d love to find a reason to get down there more often. Here are a few healthy options that I’ve found, but as always I”m interested to hear what you guys are finding as far as healthy options at Miami International. Healthy Food Miami Airport. Check out more healthy tips at MIA here!
Icebox Cafe (Grab and Go, Quick Service) Menu
My numero uno spot for grabbing healthy grub at MIA. They have both grab-and-go and traditional options for whatever your time allows. Great selection of salads, sandwiches and healthy entree options.
Beaudevin (Full Service)
Wine and tapas restaurants are usually great spots for high quality, fresh food and Beaudevin is no exception. There are plenty of vegetable and fruit options on the menu – just go easy on the wine!
Ku-va (Full Service)
Can’t hit up Miami without indulging in a little Cuban grub. Ku-va makes the list for their high quality foods – just try to avoid the fried options!
Cafe La Carreta (Quick Service)
This cuban restaurant has plenty of healthy options! My advice is to grab a meat, side of veggies, beans and rice for a balanced and healthy meal! Steer clear from the breaded options, heavy sauces and sweets.
Islander Bar and Grill (Full Service)
Stick to a salad or a grilled fish entree for a healthy and delicious meal – don’t miss the Shrimp Kabob Platter, Islander Mahi Mahi or Green Reef Salad with Grilled Mahi Mahi.
Lorena Garcia Cocina (Grab and Go, Quick Service)
Salads, sandwiches and empanadas. Don’t miss the LG Concina Salad!
My Ceviche (Grab and Go, Quick Service)
The airport outpost of the serves wild-caught seafood in salads, burritos, bowls and tacos. This is a can’t miss, both for flavor and health!
Sushi Maki (Full Service)
Sushi, Noodles and more! This is also a great spot for plant-based eaters as they have plenty of options.
Jamba Juice (Quick Service)
Jamba Juice is a staple airport spot when it comes to looking for something healthy before a flight. Be careful to avoid a sugar bomb with some of their juice mixers. I always ask to mix with milk or water rather than the juice which reduces the sugar. Also, try adding kale for extra fiber! Don’t forget to check out their bowls, too, which are also a great healthy alternative.