The place is quite traditional but no need to compromise standards..fairly full in the weekend's mornings. Quality of the food is average but at least gives a breakfast option.
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We visit here once a month or so. Great family dining. Prices are good, and they always have something great on the daily special menu. If you are looking for something quick and light, just stop by the outdoor bistro for a snack and coffee.
Having come to this place multiple times a week and tried just about every dish, deserving a mention are the "Pollo al Ajillo", the "Milanesa de Carne" and the "Rabo Encendido", the latter being a special on the weekends (make sure to get there early as quantities are limited.) The atmosphere is relaxed. Unlike most restaurants of the same chain,... More
I've been here several times for both lunch and dinner. It's easy to get a table, even for large parties. I like to start off with the Homemade Plantain Chips (mariquitas) with mojo sauce; mmmm, nice and crunchy. I also like the Churrasco steak a lot. They cook it to perfection. The coffee is good too. The atmosphere is OK.... More
My friend and I both chose the $16.95 churrasco which was perfectly cooked and seasoned, came with plantains and Moros but you could switch out the sides for other options. Meals also came with thinly sliced Cuban bread. Service was very good. I had enough left for dinner for my hubby!
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