The Cuban lunch I ordered, Lechon Azado (pulled roast pork with grilled onions) with yellow rice and black beans was very good. The side dish of yuca, not so much. The wife ordered a Cuban sandwich which she said was very good. The meal came with Mexican corn chips and a very nice mild salsa., we finished two bowls. They did not have a not salsa but provided me with a habanero sauce that was so good it made my nose run and eyes water with the first taste. Be careful with this one. The restaurant is very inexpensive. Our lunch was about $16 before the tip. .
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