A fairly new restaurant, at the East end of the city. They serve Cuban & Vietnamese food.
We tried the Cuban dishes. I had "Ropa vieja", which is roasted shredded beef. served with "Moros y cristianos" (rice with black beans) & salad. Very tasty, a little bit on the salty side.
The people there were very nice, they explained the different dishes at our request, so, we could chose.
The place itself is very attractive, not too big, cozy, lots of windows.
An interesting place to try something different.
I believe they are the only Cuban restaurant in town.
Worth a visit..
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