The restaurant exterior appears so tiny from the outside that you might mistake it for a takeout sandwich shop, but there are plenty of tables and booths inside, and several options on the menu for a good sit-down meal. And by good, I mean delicious! The only thing we would add to the menu is a plump Cuban tamal topped with pickled onions and wrapped in corn husk (management, please add it). Unless you are craving roasted pork, get the Vaca Frita, a melt-in-your-mouth boneless beef creation from the short ribs. The flavor is out of this world, and only improved with a drizzle of garlicky mojo sauce. The toasted Cuban bread as a side item is nothing special, and I was not in love with the sticky yellow rice but you should try the tasty sweet plantains (maduros). We will be back to try the sandwiches. This is a welcome addition to East Cobb.