On a quintessential, tree-lined street in Greenwich Village full of small ethnic restaurants, Cuba is a standout. It offers terrific, authentic food at moderate prices. The place is very small but tastefully decorated. Brick walls feature large paintings of scenes of Havana. There is a comfortable looking bar in the middle of the dining room. A unique feature is the gentleman rolling cigars near the front door. For drinks we had a classic mojito and a glass of red sangria. Both excellent. My husband had the mahi mahi. I had the picadillo-stuffed potatoes and fried sweet plantains. All delicious.
I would give Cuba a five, except for the noise level, which is very high.
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