This restaurant has an insteresting menu of various meats and tapas, both spanish and cuban in style. I had the ribs, which were very nice (they will offer to put fresh ground pepper on them, I don't recommend it - it takes away from the cuban taste), as were the fried vegetables which was my side dish choice. The red house wine (from Chile) was excellent. You also get some (very white) bread with some dips with your drinks; I tried the salsa which was very spicy.
Coupled with prices that are in line with other restaurants of this type (i.e. not too expensive, though you're not going to have a cheap meal here), it would be a good choice.
Unfortunately, it is excessively loud in the place - apparently, there is nothing that will absorb sound (maybe put in some carpets?); when the place is full (as it was last night), you may have problems keeping up a non-screamed conversation. Too bad, I would have given it four stars otherwise.
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