The restaurant is on the main strip and definitely caters to visitors; however, the food selection is authentic Mexican and Cuban. We enjoyed the "asado cubano" and "ropa vieja", two tasty Cuban dishes. The owner was very friendly and spoke excellent English, though we asked him to speak Spanish so we can practice. He was happy to oblige.
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