Friendly servers at this tiny storefront café are happy to introduce you to Cuban cuisine if this is your first taste of the flavorful fare. A build-your-own sampler platter of appetizers is a great way to try a lot of little things, like empanadas, ham croquettes or bacalaitos, which is a fish fritter. Beef, chicken, shrimp or tilapia are simmered in seasoned sauces and served with rice or black beans. Classic entreés include ropa vieja, picadillo and arroz con pollo. A variety of pressed sandwiches is featured. If you have a sweet tooth, the moist tres leches cake is sure to please.