I worked in Miami for about 10 years and had Cuban food whenever I wanted it. Sometimes even homemade by people at work who would make something and bring it in to share. Now that I live in Orlando I haven't found a good let alone a great place. We asked around and everyone we talked to suggested El Siboney for great food. We walked there and found a small brick building on a corner lot. Inside, there was like room after room of tables. The place is larger than it looks. You kind of need to know a little about the food in order to select something from their menu. But the menu is broken down into categories: pork, beef, chicken, seafood, etc. I ordered the roast pork (puerco asado). My friends ordered the ropa vieja and vaca frita. A basket of grilled buttered Cuban bread was delivered. The plates arrived with a good sized mound of yellow rice and a small bowl of black beans. The vaca frita is what it is: roasted shredded beef that is dry. The ropa vieja (old clothes) was perfectly seasoned beef, slightly wet. My puerco asado was chunks of roast pork with onions flavored with lime juice. Pour the black beans onto the yellow rice.