First time here and I will be back! We started with the Sampler which was amazing! Love the empanadas! I had the Palomillo steak, with yellow rice and plantains. Service was great! Clean restrooms. Great decor.
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It's hard to find good, fresh Cuban food. This restaurant shouldn't not be overlooked. Great fresh mojitos, delicious entrees and FANTASTIC tres leches cake! We drive 45 minutes to eat here.
Let me start by saying that this is the first actual/real restaurant that I had dinner in when I moved into Charlotte 2 ½ years ago. I took my Mother there one my first day here while looking for a place to live and she...More
Amazing experience for my mom's birthday that coincides with Cinco De Mayo. Live band was absolutely amazing . I couldn't sit still in my sit. We danced the night away. The atmosphere was welcoming. Mojitos, so many flavors, yummy food. Definitely coming back and definitely...More
Visited this location while in town on vacation! and wow! this place is lively and jumping on a Friday night. I think it was because a local group was there meeting up. Either way the Spanish band was fantastic. I love live music! and people...More
went with a group of friends to celebrate a birthday. decent food (the empanadas were the hit but i I had a really fresh salad) but atmosphere and music were the best aspects - cool little chill lounge attached next door
Well, always find that I take recommendations with a grain of salt. However, this one was quite a surprise. The food, staff and atmosphere were excellent. I plan on revisiting this restaurant each visit to Charlotte, NC. It was that good. Had the Cuban Skirt...More
My family had heard good things about this place and my husband grew up in central FL where it was real deal Cuban food. So we were looking forward to a great meal. The restaurant was less than half full and we were at the...More
Stopped by on way to Airport... My wife asked for ice coffee; but, they did not have. Alejandro, our waiter, offered to make it and it was very good! He may have even used Cuban coffee. Mariquitas appetizer and main dishes, notably the Ropa Vieja,...More