After traveling down a double row of tenement buildings on Riverwalk Place in West New York, New Jersey you will find Son Cubano. As you reach the end of the block you are greeted by a cascading fountain which is the centerpiece of a paved circular driveway leading to the restaurant's valet parking. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT MY FRIEND'S E-Z PASS WAS STOLEN FROM HER VEHILCE WHILE UNDER THE CARE OF THIS VALET PARKING SYSTEM. Upon entering the restaurant you can't help but notice its glitzy, modernistic, over-the-top decor which actually works for this venue. Should you arrive late for your scheduled reservation, the restaurant will grant you a 15 minute grace period before giving away your table as they try to maintain a 2 hour dining limit. Our table was located in the rear of the restaurant and offered a limited view of the live band and a total view of the New York City skyline. Once seated we ordered our appetizers and a pticher of white Sangria. The appetizers were served tapas style and were very good, however, the Sangria was disappointingly watered down and awful. As my entree I ordered the paella. The rice, clams and mussels were good but the chicken leg and alleged lobster tail a/k/a crawfish were bad as they both tasted old and stale. And while it was stated that scalops were to be a part of the dish, only one was present. The rest of my party all said that their respective meals were good but nowhere near the quality and taste of Sevilla in New York City. We decided to end our meal with dessert and were all happy with our respective choices which were all delicious and fabulously presented. I would like to add that the staff while pleasant and friendly, were a bit annoying in their quest to inconspicuously hurry the meal along and turn the table over to the next guest. I also found the placement of the tableware on the bare table top to be unsanitary and a bit of a turn off.