This place reminds us why we love 'hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Thank you, Trip Advisor! I had the famous original Cuban and my husband had the mohita steak. Neither one of us could finish it, much as we wanted to...they were that good. The huge portion of fries barely got touched, had a few just to try them. They were good, but not homestyle with skins as previous posts mentioned. The only way to improve the experience would be more tables, but space is limited so that probably won't happen. We ended up eating in the car, messy with such huge, very juicy sandwiches. We did make sure we went after the normal lunch time to avoid the huge crowds, and it was still busy.
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