Five of us, all over fifty, went for a late breakfast. Three had egg dishes and one the desayuno criola (creole breakfast); I ordered the special cuban sandwich (ham, pork, cheese, mustard, and sausage on a roll) and tostones (fried plaintain chips). We also had the Columbian coffee and two split an orange-mango "shake" (that tasted like a semi-melted creamsicle on steroids, so thick that the straw in it stood up straight). Everyone was delighted with his or her meal, the size of the portions, the beverages, and the service. The menu is elaborate, though containing very few "gringo" meals. Parking across the street in the Rite Aid lot is permitted.
P.S. Realize that a 15% tip is embedded in the check; we were pleased enough to up that to 20%.