If you go once, you'll go again and again. The friendly owner Mario will make sure of that with gifts and coupons for first time diners. The Tamale with pork is a must, as are the chicken filet and the beef dishes. The meats are marinated and cooked slowly for many hours for fork-tender juiciness. Refreshingly, the dishes are perfectly seasoned (no over salting), allowing the fresh natural flavors to come through in waves on your palate. Warning: vegetables are scare. Aside from some peppers and onions with the entrées and the ubiquitous plantains, that's it. No salads. It is meat and fish heaven, though. The wine list is very reasonably priced and offers ample choices that match well with the food (although I hear the san grias made to order are wonderful). The desert tray--I guess the Cuban version of an Italian Viennese table--has assorted flans and cakes, so save room if you can.
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