I am Cuban and as such know good Cuban food and this is not it. Yes the staff is very polite but when a media noche comes with more mustard than ham and its bun is burned that is not a good sign. My palomilla...More
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You cannot come to Miami and not visit Cuban home base. Stop by the window and jockey for your turn to order - this is a quintessential Miami experience. They have my favorite croquetas and pastelitos. I prefer the actual restaurant to the bakery side...More
We went on a Thursday at lunch time. There was a line out the door to get in to be seated. They offer breakfast lunch and dinner options and they have a separate bakery right next door. Order the dolphin Mahi Mahi with a side...More
Always good food, good prices, good service. A little noisy, but that just makes it more authentic. A local hot spot frequented by tourists and locals alike. I always take visitors here for a meal. Can get very crowded after 6:30 pm.
If you really want to eat Cuban food, this is the place. This is a must visit place especially if you are out of town. On the weekend you see tourist buses parked outside. The food is delicious. Once here, you must try the ham...More
Versailles is located in Little Havana and has been there for decades. If you want to experience original Cuban food in a vintage location, I'd recommend it for groups or couples who are visiting the Miami area for the first time.