Cubaro's only selling point is its fantastic location, on the corner of Paseo Montejo right opposite the Monument, which is all lit up at night.
The menu is very limited, I would go as far as terming the selection on the menu as gourmet food. The appetiser section had items like venison and huitlacoche, the mains a selection of chicken, pasta, steak and seafood. We tried the venison appetiser, which was a couple of strips of venison placed on a banana tostada, two slices ot tomato and a slice of avocado. Four pieces of this cost $89. For mains we tried the Chicken with orange and chile, and fettucine margarita which were not too bad, but overpriced as they were such basic dishes with incredibly fancy names.
No wine list is provided, and with the language barrier, we ended up asking for vino blanco, being a the Mexican House White Wine which cost $100 per glass, grossly overpriced for the quality.
Again, service charge of $90 was tacked on to the bill despite the bottom of the bill having a statement that service charge had been excluded...
The service was very good though. I wouldn't recommend this restaurant for food, and I wish they would get a proper drinks menu (if they do have one then they need to provide it - because one was not provided even when asked for) but it gets a thumbs up for its romantic atmosphere and strategic location, making it fun to people watch.
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