We always like to try new types of food, we haven't tried Cuban food before (besides cubanos sandwiches). It was quiet, it lacks ambiance. The server was very friendly. The menu is Asian and Cuban, which is an interesting combination. We started with pork salad rolls, they were ok. I had shrimp creole with rice and beans, it was mild in flavor, so there was lots of hot sauce added. My husband had shredded beef with rice and beans. The portions were good considering it's not expensive. We enjoyed it for a quick meal.