This restaurant is very well-known by the Cuban community in the area. It is not located on the famous Eight Street (Calle Ocho) in Little Habana. It is way out there in the suburb, close to Kendall. I know of people that come all the way from Miami Beach or even Key Biscayne to enjoy their famous croquettes (croquetas). The food is well-prepared, fresh and reasonably priced. They have a choice of Plaintain Chips (mariquitas); you can have them sliced round or on the bias - my recommendation: try the round ones (sinfully thin, crispy, hot and delicious!!!). They also have a drive-thru; which has long lines even late at night. Real home-cook Cuban cuisine at its best and made simple - you do not have to get out of your car to bring home a very satisfying meal for the family. If you are in Miami just visiting and want to enjoy Cuban food, forget about the tourist spots, drive a little bit further west and try the real thing. You can thank me later.
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