Quick Bite

Miti Miti Serves Up Latin Street Food

Last year, Miti Miti opened in the building that once housed Stony’s, a South Orange Village favorite.

Carne asada tacos. Photo by Dominique McIndoe

Miti Miti
South Orange
10 Sloan Street

Open: Lunch and dinner, daily

Price: $

Style: Vibrant Latin eatery strung with festive fairy lights, it offers ample seating and a colorful mural featuring Frida Kahlo and toucans.

The Scoop: George Constantinou and Farid Ali opened last September. The building once housed Stony’s, a South Orange Village favorite. The partners also own another Miti Miti and Bogotá Latin Bistro, both in Brooklyn.

The Menu: Empanadas, nachos, tacos, beans and plantains form the heart of the menu, but the owners retained many sandwiches, fries and salads from Stony’s. For lunch, a Colombiana la nuestra kola goes well with carne asada tacos filled with rib eye, grilled onions, guacamole and herbaceous chimichurri sauce. In addition to staples like the Miti nachos and the tangy Latin Cobb salad, Miti Miti offers chicken, steak, pork and veggie platters for hearty dinners, as well as Mexican street corn and shrimp ceviche in smaller portions. For dessert, choose from caramel flan, churros with chocolate sauce, and rice pudding.

Heads Up: Miti Miti offers home delivery via UberEats and online take-out ordering via DoorDash or their website. Metered parking is available in the Sloan Street parking lot.

What are Quick Bites? Short takes on casual, affordable dining.

Restaurant Details

  • Cuisine Type:
    Latin American
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