Wow that was good, if you like authentic Cuban food Kuba-Kuba has it going on. We came for brunch and I had the huevos cubano and my wife had a bowl of black bean soup. The peccadillo and eggs were fantastic and the corn bread...More
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My title says it all! I requested lime when she took my order. When she didn't bring the orders (2 crab cake sandwiches and a bowl of blackbean soup) for awhile, I didn't think anything about it because they were busy. She didn't bring the...More
Expect a neighborhood venue with a funky, colorful and quirky decor located in the Fan district. They do not take reservations unless you are a party of 4 wanting one of three booths in the back....if not, expect to wait at least 20 minutes, even...More
On a busy Saturday afternoon - took a good 20 minutes to get a table for 4! That should have been the first sign! Before sitting down, we had done the typical "lookie lookies" to see what everybody else was eating! All the dishes looked...More
The food we had was good. Two had versions of the classic Cubano sandwich; the third had roast pork with beans, rice, and platanos. We all enjoyed our meals. Some of the other offerings seemed less Cuban (a Cuban-mi sandwich?) Service was slow as the...More
You don’t need a reservation but try to be there early. This is a popular Cuban restaurant. Nice and fun ambiance, good service and great food. We had good wine, “lunch ropa vieja” and “lunch roast d pork” ... both were great. Reynaldo was in...More
The roast pork omelettes and cubanaso (cuban with chorizo) were outstanding. The portions were enormous for the price. Plus bottomless coffee (the mugs are a great souvenir). What an excellent choice for brunch... you won’t regret it!