I have been here five or six times, most recently this past weekend, and my wife and I always try to go everytime we visit the Gulfport area.
The food is excellent, from the tasty picadillio to the traditional cuban pork and shrimp dishes. Great fried plantains and black beans too. If you like garlic, don't miss the Guantanamo shrimp appetizer. There is also a full selection of drinks. The atmosphere is tropical but not in any kitchy way. Diners can feel comfortable whether dressed up or casual. The restaurant has two levels, though the first floor has more ambience than the balcony. Parking is somewhat limited but if the lot is full there is plenty of parking on the side street nearby. There is also an excellent cigar shop on the property for those who like a good cigar after a meal. The restaurant, of course, is non-smoking. Overall, I can say I have never had a meal here I did not like, and my wife and I have tried most of the menu. The cuban bread is like mamasita makes, crunchy outside, soft inside and brushed with butter.