It had been a dreary, rainy day and my husband and I had planned to go to an upscale restaurant for an early dinner when we happen to see their sign. We both love Cuban sandwiches and miss the ones we used to have in Tampa, FL. Well, we don't miss them any longer. The sandwiches, the fried plantains, and the black beans were right on target. The sandwiches were quite large and we each took half with us for later. They were good then too!
We ate in the restaurant and the people were very friendly and helpful. It is obviously family owned. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is that it at first appears a little drab. Initially I thought it might not be the cleanest, but then I realized it was perfectly clean and fine.
Will definitely go back next time we're in the area. Just wish they were closer!
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