Enjoyed the mom and pop atmosphere. Cuban sandwich was very good. Moderately priced. Enjoyed the atmosphere.
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We have not had cuban food before so the restaurant was recommended by our hotel (Room Mate Lord Balfour) and we were not disappointed. The place seems very authentic and was very busy. They don't take reservations and we were lucky to get a table...More
We've stopped at this restaurant for a quick bite in the evening and it was good, the food was tasty, good portions and reasonably priced. Looking to the dishes in other customers tables, looked like everything is very good. Worth visiting.
One of the best hidden gems in South Beach. Reasonably priced, quick service and authentic food. Definitely would recommend to anyone visiting South Beach.
We tried several of the eateries in Lincoln road and found them ok but expensive, this place was easily the best, authentic food with no pretentions served by attentive staff. The roast chicken, rice and black beans is amazing value and top quality. If your...More
We had been recommended to come here by friends who frequent the place on a regular basis. It was all they said it would be. Ordinary Cuban - staff that looked like they lived there and had done forever - and amazing food. Had the...More
When we arrived, we noticed that quite a few locals were already dining inside, so we had high expectations for the food. Puerto Sagua is one of those old-timey diners that does Cuban food justice. The waiter recommended the oxtail to us, and we were...More
Stopped in here for lunch on our last day of vacation. Very simple place, but tasty food! I had the chicken, rice and beans- yum! Service was very friendly and quick. I will certainly come back on my next trip to Miami.
Food was terrible. Ordered some Cuban style fish special which was awful. Lunch came out in 5 mins so definitelynot fresh made. Service was constantly hovering. Seemed they could not wait for us to finish. Disappointing disaster.
The hustle and bustle of an old school diner with all of the charm that's missing from newer spots. The waitresses are busy but friendly and the scene is a mix of South Beach. The picadillo was just as it ought to be and the...More