This was my first time having Cuban cuisine. The restaurant was filled with Spanish-only speakers (even the staff); people sitting and chatting for long periods after their food was gone. Our 2nd waitress (who spoke some English) was very helpful and attentive. Since we don't eat pork, we settled on 2 of the most popular chicken dishes -cooked until very dry - that came with traditional sides of rice, beans and sweet plantains (the best part of our meal). The flavors were light, including garlic and onions, and a predominance of butter. It was a fun experience, but I'm certain that Cuban cooking can be better.
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