Emphasizing Cuban cuisine, this cafe serves salads, sandwiches and such entrées as picadillo, chicken piccata, chuletas de puerco, bistec de palomilla, enchilada de camarones, papas rellenos and camarones borracho. Patrons should arrive with an appetite. The décor is quite nice with muraled walls, mini-lights and faux clouds on the ceiling and banquette seating that runs the length of the wall that is accented with a seaside theme.
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