We dropped by Jose's because we'd heard it was highlighted on Guy Fieri's Triple D. Small building in a non- descript spot. We were greeted by a friendly waitstaff, and given a sampler of their roasted pork because we were first timers. Delicious. At the recommendation of our waitress, we shared the Taste of Cuba platter: ropa vieja, roast pork, peccadillo, rice, beans, plantains and yucca. We had flan for dessert, a old family recipe of the owner. I'd like to say we leisurely savored the meal, but we practically inhaled our food. It was amazing...every bite. I'm so glad we sought them out. Will definitely return.
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