We came in to a very aggressive waiter pushing a number of specials and combos, but we opted for the lunch buffet and it was quite good. A lot of options, good salads and soups, well-done sides like garlic-and-butter boiled yucca, and a variety of mains (beef like ropas vieja, some pork, a chicken, and a soupy beef in red sauce). It was all tasty enough and the price was right. Not the most authentic Cuban food in the buffet, perhaps, but plenty to enjoy at a very good price.
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