Stopped here and mistakingly thought it was part of he Latin Cafe group. We speak limited Spanish and our sever spoke no English. We had to wait 15 mins for the water and then she only gave us 4 straws with 3 waters. 4 people...More
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We stopped at this cafeteria as we were leaving Miami. This is an authentic cuban cafeteria for a quick coffee and sandwich stop. Service was kind of slow but it was worth the wait. We ordered cuban coffee, regular coffee, a steak sandwich, freshly squeezed...More
I make a point to come here every time I visit Miami. I love the plantains with Mojo (Mariquita con Mojo) and the Grilled Chicken Steak with rice and beans. The food is great but the staff is hit or miss. Our waitress (this past...More
We liked to have a quick lunch and happened to stumble upon this restaurant. It being a very quiet Sunday afternoon we had no problems receiving our food timely. Service was good as was the food, in reference to the price paid.
Driving back late home and I decided to stop off at this place for a media noche sandwich. Place is a solid Cuban Cafeteria. Sandwich was tasty, lot's of ham and pork and Sandwich maker seemed quite proficient as well. Recommend highly if you are...More
Three additional customers and I waited over 5 minutes for its outside window service. Two left and one said this was a recurrent issue. I noted other waiters chatting among themselves, walked inside and ordered a meat empanada to go. Food was good. Perhaps each...More
I've been visiting this place for years and love the local flavor and food. However, breakfast is my favorite. They have great cafe con leche, cheap prices and you won't leave hungry. The menus are in both English and Spanish, so even if your server...More
Great cubano sandwich to go. Fried plantains are crisp and not greasy. Staff is barely bi-lingual, but you're in Miami so its actually better than most places! Same level of friendliness and speed you'd expect from most diner type establishments, just better food.
There have to be over half dozen eating places in Miami-Dade called Latin America .......and they can be as good as the original or the worst possible place you can go for Cuban food. This one in my personal visits happens to be in the...More