these guys have been there for a hundred years it seems. they turn out consistant chicken and rice, plantains, pork and the other Cuban staples.its just like any Cuban grandma turns out. not fabulous but tasty with big portions and authentic. the place is in an old 1940's converted house that looks about to fall down. lots of the employees speak no English and make you, the customer, feel like an idiot if you don't speak Spanish. oh, it's a cafeteria. be prepared for that
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