The Cuban Corner is a study in contrasts. Its located in a strip of storefronts. It's decor is so-so, although the plaques and photos of famous people of Cuban ancestry on the walls is interesting. The paper napkins give it more a diner feel than a restaurant.
The food was great. My wife got the churrasco, which was outstanding. I got the the shrimp creole, which I expected to be more of a stew. It was good, but not as good as the churrasco. My sense was that the menu is filled with culinary gems, so we plan to return.
We recommend this restaurant.
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