Florida's food scene is full of tradition, culture, and all-around deliciousness. This Miami restaurant, Rio Cristal, serves up tasty Cuban fare, including a colossal serving of fries over a juicy steak. You can share with friends or keep it to yourself, this massive dish will fill you with carby goodness.

For decades, this traditional Cuban restaurant in Miami has been infamous for its steak and fries. The fries covering the juicy steak goes for only $13.50.

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While the "mountain of fries" is certainly a huge part of what keeps Miami locals coming back, the rest of the menu is just as delectable.

As a traditional Cuban diner, they serve up all sorts of regional cuisines, from Carne Guisada for $9.95 to their Higado de Pollo a La Italiana, chicken liver served with onions and green peppers, for just $9.60.

If you have room in your tummy, the diner also has desserts to top off the visit, from their Fruta Bomba for $2.99 to the traditional Flan con Dulce for $4.35.

This greasy spoon was originally slated to close for good on August 31, but in a last-minute miracle, the daughter of late owner Pepe Acosta, Ely Acosta, decided to buy the family restaurant and keep the legacy of the lunch staple in Miami for a new generation of diners.

Mountain of Fries at Rio Cristal

Price: $13.50

Address: 9872 SW 40th St., Miami, FL 

Why You Need To Go: The "mountain of fries" and other staples at this iconic Miami diner make for a delicious Cuban dinner.