We were visiting the area and this was our first time at this restaurant, so as usual we asked our server what the most popular dishes are. She recommended, among other things, the churrasco flank steak and the new kebabs. We both enjoyed my churrasco more than the beef kebobs. (Kebobs are so easily overcooked and tough.) The steak was cooked to perfection, tender and extremely flavorful. The side of rice and beans was also perfect; the beans so tasty as to be the ultimate comfort food, and I'm not even Cuban. My husband decided to try the boiled yuca on the servers recommendation. We were less than ecstatic. Based on her enthusiastic description of a dish she grew up loving, we determined it must be an acquired taste. We love yuca fries, but this was rather a bland alternative, relying on the flavor of the onions to carry the dish. What it had in flavor, it lacked in texture. Very mushy.
The wine selection is minimal and basic, but the food more than made up for it. The entrees are extremely well priced. I would definitely go here again. In fact, I'm already craving the churrasco and rice and beans!