The address given above is incorrect, it's actually at the corner Maceo pedestrian mall and General Gomez, which is right in the center of the shopping district. It's one large dinning room with lots of tables and open sides shielded from the street by wooden screens, it has fans and is ussually breezy enough to make it tolerable on a warm day. Very loud, very popular with Cubans as it's very inexpensive and portions are ample but very bad service, very tough beef and the street outside is super noisy. Went there for lunch since it's only a block from the Larios Gallery where I hang out and right after we got seated, a cue formed outside, so if you go, do so before noon. Cuisine is Cuban and you must ask what they have as many items on the menu are not available.
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