Fodor’s Expert Review
When Cuban families want an affordable home-cooked meal with a twist but don't want to cook it themselves or go supercheap at the popular Cuban fast-food joint, Pollo Tropical, they come to this big, unassuming restaurant. In fact, you're likely to see whole families here representing multiple generations. The fare is traditional Cuban: long, thin, panfried steaks known as bistec palomilla, roast chicken with citrus marinade, and fried pork chunks; contemporary flourishes—mango sauce and guava-painted pork roast—are kept to a minimum. Most dishes come with white rice, black beans, and a choice of ripe or green plantains. The sweet ripe ones offer a good contrast to the savory dishes.
4612 Le Jeune Rd.
Miami, Florida 33134, USA
- Mariquitas (plantain chips) with mojo
- Acclaimed flan
- "tres leches overdose" dessert
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