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Cafe Que Rico - 1 Reviews - 1822 Ne Miami Gardens Dr, Miami, FL - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (305) 945-5155

Cafe Que Rico

1822 Ne Miami Gardens Dr
Miami, FL 33179
(305) 945-5155
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Lovely women, music and entertainment! This is the latin spice that Aventura has been missing! ay ay ay..que rrrrriccccooooo!


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Editorial review from Urbanspoon 7/31/2012

Cafe que rico has the most amazing taste in coffee ! an expresso so great that its impossible to resist. ill be back for more no doubt! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 1/6/2012

A casual place to enjoy music and dancing on Fridays, best place in NMB more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 11/30/2011

fresh and healthy good for dietary purposes,less calorie and carbs.. you will love this!!!! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 11/16/2011

I have had a colada, cafe con leche, cappucino and hot chocolate at Cafe Que Rico -tiene que ser el mejor cafe de Miami - ABSOLUTAMENTE!!!!!!! more

WOW! 6/2/2011

Lovely women, music and entertainment! This is the latin spice that Aventura has been missing! ay ay ay..que rrrrriccccooooo! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 4/9/2011

I got a cordadito and some Key Lime pie from Cafe Que Rico. Both were delicious and the staff was very helpful. I'll def make this my regular stop for coffee.\r \r Try their sandwiches too - the turkey is wonderful! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/7/2011

This sandwich is popular for a reason: the complimenting ingredients; caramelized red onions, garlic, lettuce, tomato, and the popular potato sticks everyone in Miami are wild about, are heaven on the palate. And the presentation, if sloppy, is nicely enough done. But after having ordered a few myself, I noticed the questionable methods the baristas of Cafe Que Rico take to prepare the pan con bistek. Granted, should baristas be cooking steak, and without a food handler's license?\r \r The steak of the notorious "pan con bistek" is kept wrapped in only a single sheet of foil inside a cluttered small refrigerator among loose food items, with the temperature at inadequate degrees. Then it is prepared over a germ-infested counter where other foods had been prepared, only wiped a few times with a dry paper towel, before being placed on a grill that seldom sees a thorough cleaning - if ever. The grill, thick with corn oil, chunks of old steak grease and burnt onions gets a perfunctory wipe to please the costumer's lightly wary eye. These grills, where the "baristas" do the unlawful cooking are placed merely a few feet away from the costumers without any extractor fans in the building. A fire hazard waiting to happen, as well leaving the customer with the heavy stench of grease and onions. \r \r What's more if you don't like salt, or have high blood pressure, clinically unable to consume salt, the manager sneaks in some of his seasoned salt from the Badia brand which he purchases at Publix down the street. I've seen him argue with the baristas (if I can call them that) who are opposed to putting salt in food when customer's specifically ordered no salt - unlike the manager who seems adamant about putting his clientele in the hospital or getting slammed with a lawsuit. \r \r As for the vast amount of corn oil usage in the pan con bistek (and other sandwiches), guess no one ever told the manager that a high intake of omega-6 fatty acids (which corn oil is rife with) increases the probability of a number of diseases and depression, including breast cancer in postmenopausal women and prostate cancer in men. \r \r Without an extractor fan, grease particles cling to clothes, hair and skin - but that's not all. Since the costumers, sitting right in front of the grill take the full brunt of the grease emission, these particles dangerously get into eyes, ears, nose, etc. It's important that no one with an infection or condition in these delicate appendages eat in if they choose to have a steak sandwich here. \r \r And for those of us that are healthy, if we want to stay that way, steer clear of Cafe Que Rico's pan con bistek. Because as tasty as it is, the meal is hiding an infestation of illnesses waiting to hit someone unprepared. more
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  • Hours:

    Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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