8132 NW 67th St, Miami, FL 33166, USA


Opening Hours

Closed opens today at 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - 0:00 AM


7:00 PM - 0:00 AM


7:00 PM - 0:00 AM


7:00 PM - 0:00 AM


7:00 PM - 1:00 AM


7:00 PM - 1:00 AM


7:00 PM - 0:00 AM

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Order Online for Takeout / Delivery. Here at Pipo Burgers On Wheels – MIAMI you’ll experience delicious Burger, Fast Food cuisine. Try our mouth-watering dishes, carefully prepared with fresh ingredients! At Pipo Burgers On Wheels, our recipe for success is simple – Great food & care makes customers return every time.

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Alicia Simosa June 1, 2020 11:59 pm

Please don’t go to this place! WORST STREET FOOD EVEEER!

Let’s start with the location, I get that it’s a food truck, but it’s surrounded by a bunch of crashed cars. The place is FULL of flies, you can’t even leave your food for a second.

The hotdog doesn’t even have sausage and it’s like 8$ and the bread was extremely soft in a weird way.

The service is worst, the lady got mad because we only left 15%.

The sauces are tasteless!!

Overall experience, I WOULD NEVER COME BAG.

Don’t fall for the Instagram pictures, they are a scam!!

Joel Suarez May 10, 2020 2:38 am

Food was really good. Highly recommend it, I will be back soon. Pipo was nice and friendly

Claudio Romero April 4, 2020 5:26 pm

Good venezuelan late night fast food! Always fast, reliable and corteous service, and reasonably prices.

Oswaldo Huz February 10, 2020 1:10 am

Best and most authentic Venezuelan fast food from Maracaibo try all of their burgers and their arepas

Kathrine FitzGerald February 26, 2019 2:27 am

Venezuelan street food at its finest! A hidden gem amongst warehouses I was surprised how many people were already there when I pulled up to this food truck that seems to be a popular spot to the locals of the area. Babe and I (of course) started with some tequenos, $4.67 for 5, since they are a Venezuelan joint which were tasty, but nothing mind blowing unlike the next menu item we had which was their Arepitas de Pernil y Queso $8.65. This is 2 fried arepas filled with slow cooked oven roasted pork, Venezuelan queso de mano, fried cheese, slaw, tartar sauce, and ketchup. WOW oh wow! The pork was incredibly juicy (lip smacking good) and the cheese was served in thick chunks which made it all even better. I would definitely recommend trying this if you’re here.

The next item we ordered was their “La Famosa Fritiburger” $9.99 which had crunchy potato sticks, slaw, green sauce, ketchup, queso de mano, plantain slices, and grated cheese. After my first bite I distinctly remember saying that this burger taste like Miami. It was HUGE and so worth it! I loved the plantains in it—-perfect balance of sweet & salty plus the slaw and green sauce give it a fresh taste so its not completely heavy.

We also tried their Loaded Cheddar Cheese Fries with Bacon $4 as a side which was sooooo good and obviously unhealthy. The cheese stays melted and creamy, perfect for the big handfuls of crispy bacon thrown on top with sliced green onion which I thought was a nice touch.

They are a late night food truck so I will definitely be back after a long night out with friends!