Doing things the hard way can help develop real skills: for example, crunching numbers without a calculator will prepare you for a lifetime of taking a lot longer to do math. For a resto that roughed it while getting its food-making sorted out, check out Cafe Bastille.
The first permanent resto from a catering company that's been crepe-ing Miami for the past 12 years, Bastille's occupying a narrow little nook downtown, with French country styling on one side and an open kitchen on the other, where Franco-friendly food's whipped up by a staff that cut their teeth working out of tents, so they should have no problem making you a meal so good it'll have you pitching one. Crepes've been perfected to a super-thin yet resilient consistency, and the menu mixes things up a bit with savory options like the Con Lechon (pulled pork, caramelized onions, mozz cheese), the Mexican (grilled chicken, avocado, cilantro, pico, sour cream), and the Philly (flash-fried roast beef, caramelized onions, peppers, mozz, and mustard), and sweet numbers like the Pommes Cannelle (caramelized apples, cinnamon, and whipped cream), and the classic Crepe Suzette: orange butter sauce'd and doused in flaming Grand Marnier, which will burn your whiskers off as you valiantly try to drink it. There're also ample non-crepe eats, including starters like duck foie gras w/ onion jam & Guerande salt, and octopus w/ fennel salsa, pesto & grilled veggies, and entrees like mild or spicy steak tartare; wild mushroom ravioli w/ sage cream sauce; and a seared salmon filet with fennel salsa, fingerling potatoes, and baby lentils, which despite their relative youth, display plenty of fiber.
Bastille's also dishing sandwiches like the Bastille Burger (8-oz grass-fed beef, w/ their special tartar sauce), and baguette stuffers like the Bastille, with seared tuna & avocado, and the St. Tropez, with grilled onions, Boursin cheese, and salmon that's been smoked, making the fish's math fuzzy, calculator or not.