Four of us went last night for the first time to this restaurant. No hard liquor but there is beer and wine. I was disappointed that chips and salsa were not brought to the table.
Overall, service was friendly and the food was decent. The waiter recommended that we select from the Cuban side of the menu.
My ropa vieja came with rice and beans. It tasted fine, but nothing was really steaming hot. It's as if it all came off a skeamtable. ($10.99)
The pork chunks (mass de puerco) received mixed reviews. Half of the portion was delicious and fresh. The other half were hard and dry as it they'd been sitting around awhile. ($10.99)
The lechon asado was another dish that was deemed fine but not great. ($10.99)
The outstanding dish of the night was chicken fajitas from the Mexican menu. Alan declared them to be the best he's had in Fort Lauderdale. ($12.99)
We ordered a 1/2 carafe of cabernet and a 1/2 carafe of chardonnay. Each was $13.99
Dinner with tax and tip came to $93.38.
We'll return and order more dishes from the Mexican side of the menu.
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