The food tasted like re-microwaved. And like I was given leftovers. I should of stayed home for that.
Waitress tried to help, but no one seems to know anything or want to do anything about it. STAY HOME OR GO ELSEWHERE.
best cuban food in miami.
I was blown away by the efficiency, and friendliness of the staff. everything we wanted was there fast quick and in a hurry...lol. oh and there was the food. i highly recommend the 21 which is a fillet of fish with shrimp on a amazing creole sauce and of course it comes with rice beans and maduros. also try the mariquitas which are plantain chips. they are addicting ;-). the table garlic bread its great too. after my gigantic lunch i didn't have much room for desert
:-(. but i had a cortadito (expresso with cream), it sounds more exciting in spanish. i will definitely be back for more.
Very Disappointed. I haven't been to this restaraunt in a few years and I must say I was disappointed in the food tonight. The Roast Pork dish had hardly any meat. It was mostly fatty pieces and skin mixed in onions.I couldn't even eat it. I used to get that all the time and it never looked like this or tasted this bad. We got there late and I just feel I got the scrappings from the pan. If they were out of it-they should have just said so.I have to add my daughter had the piccadillo and it was very bland but I do have to say the chicken chunks that her boyfriend had were very tasty . Wish I would have gotten them instead. I will not be going here again though.
Spectacular cuban food and service!!!!.
We visit many of thier restaurants both on the east and west side of pembroke pines. My wife and I have come to the conclusion that their moto is " the customer must be made to feel like family". The food is spectacular; the service is non stop and the atmosphere is overwhelming. If you haven't tried their mojito drink, you don't know what you are missing.
Juan & Esther
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