We ate here on a Saturday night (July 20, 2013) about 7:30-We were surprised it was half-empty-not like the good old days of waiting in lines in the parking lot across the street at the old location.(sigh.....). Anyway, we noticed that they had a lot of new items on the menu! Healthier and non-fattening stuff like several types of broiled fish-and Camarones con Salsa Verde, also available as Pescado Salsa Verde(Gringos-that's a yummy green parsley-based cream sauce). The avocado salad was in season, also. Prices are a bit higher, and there are no Rose wines on the wine list at all(we brought our own, chilled-$10.00 corking fee). Moros/Maduros/SUPERB as always-Conch fritters-crispy/perfect! Puerco(pork) for husband was moist/ I had the new broiled fish dish(it was the white Chilean fish-Corvina(sort of like cod, Gringos!). We had 2 desserts-the Flan de coco/and the Crema Catalana-($4.50 each-and yummy!). No one spoke English, but who cares? What a great opportunity to practice your Spanish, and get corrected for FREE! Anyway, we Cubanized-Americans still love this place after 23 years! The higher prices might scare away a few large families-they were noticeably absent on this Saturday night-in fact, when we left, it was sort of empty-There were some Hialeah cops in there and even a few yuppies up from Coral Gables. No parking problems, though! We can't wait to return to try the new Salsa Verde dishes!
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