Colorful walls and Caribbean artwork add spice to the mixture of African and indigenous Caribbean cuisine with European influences (collectively known as Cuban Creole) offered at this small, neighborhood restaurant with limited seating. I recommend the empanada puerro prepared with fresh leeks in a savory Spanish custard cream. Save room for one of the interesting desserts. Arrive early or after the dinner rush to avoid the long line that forms. Outside seating with heat lamps is available.